The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 18, 1954 · Page 6
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PXGE6 — THE BAYTOWN SUN, MONDAY, JANUARY IS, 1954 REL Cagers Tackle Yellow jackets In Port No Lovers' Lane \TXINEAU, Alaska —UP— Lovebirds and others who way want to park have been ordered to "keep moving" while on the Glacier highway. Territorial police said they would issue tickets to anyone parking there at any time. Winner Could Move Three Teams Sickness.Faiied To Halt To First Place JAXUAKI' SPECIAL! Tailor Made of the Finest Plastic Wide Selection Exact Measurements Assure You A Perfect Job! ? 35°° Regular :$45~ Covers..'..:!..NOW Guaranted Two Years! Regular $35 Covers ..... ...NOW All' Trim Work 10 $> Off ONE DAY SERVJCE KIRKiNDALL UPHOLSTERY Highway 146 Dial 7484 By CLYDE MURRAY Whether it be football, basketball or table tennis, the meeting of Robert E. Lee and Port Arthur is always an important one- The two schools get'together in Port Arthur Tuesday nicht in an important basketbfl.ll game. The Gnndfirs and Yellnwincfeets along: with Pasadena and Oranae are tied for second place in District 8-AAAA and a win, should league-leading Beaumont lose, would throw the victor into at least a tie for first place. • Two more games are on tap Tuesday, with Orange meeting Pasadena at Orange and Beaumont tackling Ball High at Galveston. Beaumont jumped into first place last week by winning bot.h games without a loss. Meanwhile, Ball was grabbing the cellar position with two straight losses. Beaumont, however, will have the disadvantage of playing both games away from home this week. The Royal Purple play the Tigers at Orange Friday night. The Ganders of . Coach Frank James will entertain Pasadena Friday night in the second game since district competition started. .The Lee quintet lost the opener to Beaumont, 37-52, in the home ANNIVERSARY SALE AND IV 201 E. TEXAS GLASS co. 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WE WILL BE OPEN SATURDAY, JAN. 23rd FOR ORDERS ONLY., Locally Owned Operated 7 Years Sarvinif The B«yto«-n Area YOUR TELEPHONE DIRECTORY t$ A LARGE NUMBER OF BUYERS ARE GOING TO USE IT TWENTY-FOUR HOURS A DAY, SEVEN DAYS A WEEK TO FIND Tied In Lone Star League Veteran Dutch Harrison PEBBLE BEACH, Calif., Jan. 18 way tie —UP—About all a guy has to do to 193 for with best-ball scores <xf Bud Ward . and Harvie win a golf tournament, it seems, Ward; Walter Burkemo and Lefty lands brought to 43 the total num- o£ the.firemen were m tneir la; is to get sick or suffer an injury O'Doul; Art Wall and Gene Littler ber of bells in the oldest and larg- thirties. The height requiremei of some kind. ; ' and DOUR Ford and. Monty Mon- cst carillon in New York state. was lowered 1 frpm 58 to 5V>is . By UNITED PRESS Southwest Texas, Sam Houston Today's best lesson is E. J, (DutchJ Harrison, long known as crief Each team, got $650. Behind th e leaders m toe wo ite, will be a top choice to turn back the more inexperienced Gander quint. The Jackets downed Pasadena, 55-41. in the first game last week and then fell to Beaumont, 51-63, Friday night The Ganders, hov te"m\2te°^K^ ^ ^^Lone"^ Confere^; " Harrison'tuTned up"s!ck7 W ith the bourne, Australia, each with 214 ™.<T Thn" Candors w^fo weren't were proving themselves just that flu and assorted other aches and scores good for SteO. Tied at 216 season. The Ganders, who werent a H three were undefeated after pnins'for the 310,000 Bing Crosby were Jimmy Clark, Bob Toski and >„„ «,™,«f,,i ,„ non - ^strict « « , e ek so l conference action ^amateur golf tournament and Walter Burkemo, while Lloyd Man- New Bell ALFRED, N. Y. —1UV- A : 2,000- pound bell, largest of eight made in Amsterdam by the world's larg-,. est bell founders for 516,000, has •been installed at Alfred University's Davis. Memorial Carillon. The shipment from the Nether- Tounger Firemen CHICAGO OR—The age minimum for Chicago firemen was lowered from 21 to 19 on the recommendation-'of a management; research firm which urged, that the department recruit a younger force. The report showed-that nearly e-third of the firemen were in their late iquirement , _, eht ^ u ,.^o, ««», « u , ^,,^, , 1 "ever served a "d defending champion East Tex- the Arkansas traveler who follows division came Earl Stewart of -Da n"e eame tha ", pre-season choices as the pow- th e sun on the golfing gold trail, las ana .Peter .Thomson of Mel- nse game that .>*.-.. , _. _ > » i t 4 too successful in non - district games, showed a remarkable improvement in turning ange. 8-AAAA STANDINGS Team \V L Tp Beaumont 2 Port Arthur ... 1 back Or- With seven . non e . conference all he did was drag down first grum.- Bobby _Rosburg. Art Doer- torueruicc -------- _^ ,,., nnn ^, fhn „„,.,.„„, in and Max Evan each had 217. games, coming up tliis week. South- money of 52,000 by the narrow west Texas and Sam Houston had margin of_ one strode he finished Orange 1 Robert E. Lee ... 1' Pasadena 1 Galveston 0 115 106 100 96. 104 102 Op 83 103 102 100 115 105 Lae made it one .for two in Orange Friday as, L. V. Hanson, racked up 22 points. The Ganders' sure-shooting, defense, and rebound .control proved too much for the Tigers of . Coach Red Hattaway. In the other game Friday night, Port Arthur will go against Ball in.the Island City. Port Arthur, the league, favor- . IT ^SELLSIT ^REPAIRS IT HAVE YOU PROPERLY LISTED YOUR PLACE OF 3USINESS TO ATTRACT NEW UNEXPECTED CUSTOMERS CLOSING DATE: JANUARY 21 DIRECTORY PHONE NO. 6011 General Telephone Directory Company THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE Tuesday Beaumont at Galveston Lee at Port Arthur, Orange at Pasadena Friday Beaumont at Orange Port Arthur at Galveston Pasadena at Baytown LAST WEEK'S RESULTS Beaumont 52, Lee 37. ' . •' Port Arthur 55, ^Pasadena 41 Orange 52, Galveston 42 Beaumont 63, Port Arthur 51 Lee 59, Ora.nge 48 • • Pasadena 63, Galveston 60 Examination Time Cuts Into College Basketball Card By JOHN GRIFFIN NEW YORK. Jan. 18 —UP— Examination time cuts heavily into the college basketball schedule this week, but two of the only four major "perfect record" teams must risk their records and first place in six major conferences will be at stake in other games. Only Western Kentucky (16-0), Duquesne (15-0), Connecticut (140) and Kentucky (11-0) are left unbeaten among the nation's major teams, slice Holy Cross and George Washington were knocked off the list on Friday night by Notre Dame and. Maryland. .' Of the blue-ribbon quartet, only Western Kentucky and. Kentucky are slated for action this week and each is a heavy favorite in the .only game 'it p)ays. Western Kentucky visits Tennessee Tech on Wednesday and Kentucky visits Tennessee on Saturday. Duquesne survived one of its most rugged tests on Saturday whett.it beat Niagara, 61-53, at Niagara Falls. N.Y,, thus repeating a win over the Purple Eagles in the final round of last month's holiday festival tournament. The . other three unbeatens also won on Saturday—Kentucky scoring its 119th straight home court victory, 9443, over Tulane; Western Kentucky setting a new school scoring mark with a 122-78 win over Eastern Kentucky; and Connecticut walloping Boston College, 106-81. The leadership of the Big Ten, Big Seven and Missouri Valley Conference all will be affected by games this week. Indiana, the nation's No. 2 team setting the pace in the Big Ten, puts its perfect 5-0 league mark on the line Monday night against Ohio Slate in a game that will feature the duel of two high-scorns giant centers—Don Schlundt of the Hoosiers and Paul Ebert of Ohio State. Meanwhile, second- place Iowa (3-1) must meet Illinois Monday night and Purdue on Saturday while third-place Minnesota (2-1) plays Northwestern on Saturday. Wichita, pacemaker In the Missouri Valley, risks its 4-0 league record against dangerous St. Louis on Saturday. If the Shockers lose, Oklahoma A&M (2-0) will move up to first place. Wichita and Oklahoma A&M each have impressive 15-1 overall record. Kansas and Nebraska, co-leaders of the Big Seven with identical 3-0 marks, both play Monday night- Kansas against Iowa State and Nebraska and Missouri. Third- place Colorado (3-D is idle this week. The situation in other major conferences at a glance: Southeastern — Louisiana State (4-0) is idle while Kentucky (2-0) can move into challenging position by beating Tennessee Saturday. Skyline — neither Colorado A&M (5-0)" nor defending champion Wyoming (4-0) plays any league games this week. Southwest — Texas (4-0) and SMU (2-1) both are idle. Baylor (2-1) can take over second place bv beating Texas Christian Monday night and Rice Saturday. Junior Gilliam Pleased With Dodger Contract BROOKLYN, Jan. 18 —UP—Jim (Junior) Gilliam, the National League's "rookie of the year, joined veterans Peewce Reese and Duke Snider Monday as a satisfied member of the • Brooklyn Dodgers. Gilliam, who replaced Jackie Robinson at second base in a daring move by ex-manager ChucK Dressen last spring, was belivec to have accepted a contract calling for $10,000—a $2,500 raise over las season. Gilliam batted .278, led the league with 17 triples and stole 21 base? in 151 games for the Dodgers las' season. In add'.tion, he received 100 bases on balls and batted astainst the New York Yankees it* Brooklyn's losin* World Series fort. 3-0 records and East Texas right behind • at 2-0. Southwest edged Lamar Tech 66 to 63; Sam Houston twice bsat Sul Ross 7-4 to 72 and 95 to 73; and East Texas beat Stephen F.. Austin 57 to 52 in league games last week. Lamar Tech and S. F. Austin ahead of jaunty Jimmy Demaret. "I feel so punk that I can't seem to get any power off the tee," said Harrison after winning the crown. "Maybe it's better that way. I never got into any trouble all through the tournament until that 1.8th hole on final round." That was the one double bogey he had during the tournament. It have lost two and won none and gave him—and the 15,000 fans cellar-dwelling Sul Ross has. drop- along & 6 fairways—something of a ped four games in as many starts. scare . His second shot was in a East Texas, with a; season rec- sand, trap against the wall. He was ord of 10-1, opens the week's ac- allowed to lay out with no penalty, ing and Max Evans each had 217. Arizona-Texas Loop Meet To Decide League's Future PHOENIX. Ariz., Jan. 18 —UP— Directors'/of the Arizona - Texas League ;will meet Sunday at Douglas, Ariz., in what amounts to a ._ .,._ . r showdown.on whether the league tivity Monday .night, by enter- but when he dropped the ball it will operate this'year, taining Sheppard Air •Force Base, was in a divot hole and he had to At a meeting here Sunday. El- Then the Lions begin a two-game chip out again. He finally got down Paso asked. either : definite assur- rpad trip that will take them to in seven after three-putting. That ance that the league will operate Mississippi Southern Thursday and gave him a round of 71—and a 210 or permission to withdraw and en- Lj'ola. o£ New Orleans Saturday, for the 54 holes. The'first day he ter the Longhofn League Sul Ross with a 4-8 season had 71,. the second 68. Phoenix may not field a team mark hosts Texas Lutheran Fri- • Demaret, who finished ^ earlier, and Bob Sloane, president of the day 'and Saturday Texas Tech, had' a 211. collecting $1,250. circuit, said Sunday would be the (8-5), entertains Houston Saturday "I wasn't too worried," said.Har- .deadline _ for Phoenix .to decide and S F Austin (5-7) visits Me- rison afterwards, "because I knew whether it will be able to operate. Neese" State the same night. Sam that I could win it with the 210." An unnamed Phoenix man was Houston (10-5), and Southwest Tex- The victory was worth much reported ready-to pack the Sena-, as (10-3) are idle more to Harrison than the -52,000 tor s but no definite ..assurance has In non'- conference games last first place money. It also, got him been given. _ week Austin split two defeating a place in the exclusive 35,000 In a closed executive session, the Howard Payne 77 to 75 but losing tournament of champions at Las league directors agreed .to offer. to St Edward's 52 to 41. Sam Vegas in April, which automatic- Nogales. -Sonera, a tentative fran- Houston outscored Texas .Wesleyan ally pays Sl',000 to just show on chise a s a seventh team providing 95 to 78 and Southwest Texas the tee. Next ston on the tour, an eighth team can be obtamea. blasted Trinitv 92 to 38. however is the 315,000 San Diego Representatives of Cana.nea, Mexi- . . open starting on Thursday. • co, hav e been invited, to Sundays • • • The pro-amateur championship ' meeting. Las Vegas, Nev., was also Try Sun Classified Ads—Dial 8302 of the tournament ended in a four- considered a possible eighth team. 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