The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on June 3, 1952 · Page 16
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Trnr , IUCOL/ATJ JUFTC 3 GURLEY KAYOE /—by Sam leff By Oscar Fraiey NEW YORK, June 3 (IB. —'The Joe should be about ready to run heavyweight immortals may groan down. By DAN SHLXTS disgustedly in their fistic • yalhalla They manage to keep a straight More than 1000 fans jammed into the Jaycee Bali Park but come Thursday night a boxer 0 *d? But^there* iTa sSspicio/that last night to see the Little League baseball program swing of featherweight.regard named Ez- j er sey Joe lias been voting almost - f or^Hnrt zavd Charles will become the first that long. So even in perfect condi- llito acuon. , ,,,,,., c , ,•> r - ± * t. man ever to recapture the heavy- tion he doesn't look like a good A brief ceremony was held Shortly alter the lirst Of two weight championship of the world, risk in a rough 15-round marathon scheduled games got underway. George Ferguson, chair- That is, of course, providing he with a man he spots eight years on man of the Jaycee park committee and master of cere- flattens ancient Jersey Joe Walcott ^f^? 1 ^!"- n* h^t i rt rh a ^« r- , * - ' j i i j 11 f L\~ \. nlnnf about thp 12th round as he wnicn orings us Dacic to v_.narles, monies for the occasion, thanked all of those who con- f^Sf *^, W o ?n thS JSrim- " >v - -^'-» —•• •»•- ••* » , , i , / , * t i • r» »i T IUOKS yi outiujc in tiiJo cwi ui.1. tributed ume and labor to the construction of the park. o , d fearless makes his selection W. P. White, president of the league, also spoke briefly, thus'ly simply" because of three fac- White praised the Bay town Junior Chamber of Commerce tors: for the' major role it'played , . . . . . ,, . ... I- Charles is reported "fat and T . ~, T -,,. T third, but it waA in the top of the s iow" as he comes uu to this bout in getting tne Little league sixch thaj . f out tfac at PhUadelphia ' s Municipal Stadi- program started here. * The league president introduced other members of the loop's governing body and the four team* during the three innings he had 3 Qld Jersey j oc is » f i t an d con- managers. First ball of the season been On the mound, lost his con- fident." • was pitched by A. R. Stark, presi- trol }n the sixth ^4 gave free From the cranial confines or dent of the Baytown school board. batters before be- m * plyboard pate this sound Jaycee President Edwin G. Clarke passes to lour batters oetore be £ |imsly ^ me Uke a box . was the batter, and White was be- ing relieved by Gordon Jennings. - ^ booby trap. hind the plate. Jennings didn't fare 'much bet_ _ . •» T' . • » i • J —*-.-.— -cs — -~ - • c* - - ft^^wi*. v J-L hiAU.4.1 j .LVAiC, Cd.VIU.LJl U.UiI^> LJt*-- In me two opening games, Vic cer, and wnen the smoke had ball> there are a number of reasons ing no substitute for the Hire* , Bias' Felton Giants nipped Bob cleared the Tigers had picked up why "Ezzard the Gizzard" should fights Charles has fought since .- Knlbitz' Union, Cards _ 11-9, and se ven. runs. lay out old Joe like a well worn their last embroglio. And, like the The Card-Giant game was a wild rug. old Joe Louis, if you'll look through and wooly affair, with a flock of Nobody is intimating that it the record books you'll discover runs being scored by both in the wouldn't be nice to see old Joe that "the Gizzard" always does late inninss. keep the title. When he knocked better the second time around. game on ke wftu who had um. „.,,., onnA ., .. , nr . fVl _ rmH^r* 2 - pltched good bal1 for the Dod - crs ried." who, whether you like it or not, may lack the spectacular prowess ! the old heroes yet still ranks as right capable beak buster. The last time out a grains t Walcott, Charles fought, if you vrili pardon the expression, Uke his own wake. It- was no contest. But this one- Charles camp is " l .vor- time saxophone player is determined this time to make it the fight of his life. Psychologically, Walcott has an edge. But in a situation such as this you can have psychology and I'll take the guy who goes out determined to clobber the other fel- T _ t . . ., low's kisser. Too, Jersey Joe has Putting reverse tngash on the been virtually idle, exhibitions be- Lefty Frazier's Earth man Tigers defeated Len DeMastcrs' Dittman Dodgers 13-1. Best pitching performances of * the night was turned in by Bill ' Hearon of the Tigers. Hearon went •the full six innings on the mound, SURE! JUST UKE EVERY OTHER SO- CALLED MAM 1 EVER KNEW...'I ONLY WANTED TO PLEASE YOU" ON YOUR WWT, ONLY WANTED TO PLEASE , SHEUEY. GET ourn CAN* STAND THE SIGHT OF YOU...T-YOU r CREEP/' ERYVIN PRINZEL GETS credit He said they threw for reporting the first speckled small croakers. a ^ trout caught on Dow's Reef this . J ^ k Gri fHn and perty , A .< year. Erwin 'caught' this little ^ clls off'oTda^pJi * est fellow (about 14 inches long) and croakers until they hd* a good string of golden croakers , buckets full. He said t^i 21 .' „ . , melnripH en«i« — t , . u i«r off the reef Saturday. GOOD STRING OF FISH Uncle Press Frezier and Pee Wee Hemmingway fished Fishers Reef yesterday and came by :the f store with a good string of large *. /'•. croakers, five small speckled trout SOME SPECKS C\rrii* and one good red that looked as B . J. Crumm'ev w«,V J if he would weight about three to St. LouLs Pass at tV pounds. They used live shrimp for of Qaiveston Island niil bait and said they picked up the e nd and said som P f ? necessary shrimp in a small trawl were bein? cau?ht t , go<w - on the mud flats of Fishers Reef, they were catchinV?^' Uncle Press was very encouraged shrimp as welt as a about the prospects for salt water a Plugging Shortv ^ fishing as soon as the Trinity Leonard Mazoch terge croakers" ""at Tin Can 1 of , Ceda ^ *£a made ••W5| He \ - g River runs own. : RIVER MAY GO DOWN Sol Wllburn was in getting a little trot line and said he thought the Trinity would run down fast if the tides continue es they have Jetties Friday and rge wth " « " • * yestef ^ ' hits, scoring five s for the *. limiting- the Dodgers to four hits. He fourth, three in the fifth and three : > struck°out 12 batters and walked in the '"'' *"" '" r ?—•--•- lonly seven, four in the last inning three 't whf»n he apparently grew weary. ; The Dodgers, on the other hand, ' had to use four pitchers in a fu." tile attempt to stop the Tigers. ' Albert Elliott started on the I mo/and for the Dodgers, but he *• was touched for three hits and five ^ runs before being relieved by John£ ny Williams going into the third * frame. * The Tigers tallied once in the ^ first frame when Bill Hartman 1 lifted a clean single into left field, * went to second when teammate Jimmy Brummel walked, and scored on two passed balls. Four more Tiger allies came across in the second frame. Douby Felix Lloyd and The Pi mt* binned nnt 13 base out Charles at Pittsburgh last sum- A number of storied warriors ihc Giants banged out 13 base mer _ t was & success story to end tr^ to rec apture this biggest of runs m tne ,„ ragg ^ riches ta i es _ bo:dng titles and failed—Corbett, boxing-since shortly Fitzsimmons, Jeffries, Schmeling, incohi signed the Dempsey and Louis. And it may v,^ ^ * m, ^- ciiiai^^at^i ^-oclamation, and not sit well that a man of such aping up tnree hits. One of the bmg- . A ever -^g free> H^ was parently limited talents should be les came in tne first inning of? & Qf he | rtbre6ak and disiUu- the first. tne bat of Jimmy Harrison to give sion with his leather pushing prog- , ^ ut from - here that's the way it the Cards a one-run lead. ' Harrison singled again in the jobs until he earned the big break, third to drive another run across Twice he failed to lift the crown and give the Cards a 2-0 lead. from Joe Louis—one of those being But in the top of the fourth, the the last'fQW days. The river "reach- "^^ cla ^ e ed a peak a little higher than the Jay high point of a couple of weeks ago but didn't stay there long. Sol said a few blues were biting but nothing to get excited about. He thinks some good fish may be caught when the catfish start back up the river as the salt water ' thai ress' interrupted by dav' laboring l° o!c s as if it's going to be! ' Sun Classified Ads—Dial 8302 Teenage Bssel^llers Can Register On Wednesday All boys from 13 to 15 who didn't this summer if enough boys are in- C o mes back into Tnn jty Bay. register or try out for the teenage terested. The league is to be spon- baseball'league Tuesday or Mon- sor ed by the Recreation Council, day can do so by reporting to the Lee baseball diamond at 9 a.m. Of Japanese serving terms for Wednesday, Lee'gue Supervisor war crimes, 834 had been paroled Pete Sultis announced today. by occupation authorities as of A league will be formed here April 15, 1952. Baptist Win In Church League Wooster Baptist, Bajti Second Baptist. Memorial P-1 and First Presb>tenan sco-^l tones in thr Church So'i Mrs. Bob Holcomb phoned to say League last night. several good catches of gafftops and large croakers had been brought in through their camp the . Woosfcer Baptist v, on over town First Baptist Second Baptist pasfcwee ^ Francis McLean from dnt 9-7, Mcmonal Highlands came in Saturday with Mark's Methodist H-9 t ana 48 gafftops and 13 large croakers. Christian over F"- s t Christo* Four more Giant bingles in the fifth frame added thre tallies to the Giant score, and three more bingles in the top of the sixth accounted for three runs. Leading hitters for the. Giants were Eddie Davis and Gary Allen, of whom had three Then he caught the "Gizzard" punch and, in Walcott has ' as he of boxing's baubles. nobody yet has perfected a motion machine, and old B H 13 cmsrc The Dodgers picked up two of in four trips to the plate Davis LINE SCORES their three runs in the bottom of also looked shjrp from hia third anta .......... 000 533 11. the second inning. Vernon Olney base post in the field .- -.101 09 opened Uio frame by drawing a walk and going to second on an error. Felix (Humpy) Massia beat out a bunt to put Olney on third. Ivlassia went to second on a wild Charles Porter relieved Lyons on Cards 101 Lyons, Forter <.4) ,,_„.,. ° n Rushing, J. Davis (<Q, Tilton (5) the rnound for the Giants m the and Hftrrison> fourth inning and looked strong for two innings. But in the sixth Tigers • 141 007 13 7 and last innings, he lost his control Dodgers 020 Oil pitch, and Robert Biano singled to and issued a flock of walks to let Hearon and Hutton; Elliott, Wil- send both runners scooting home, the Cards score seven runs on only liams (3), Jennings (6), Creekmore The Tigers tallied once in the one hit (6) and Biano, Callem, Yates. W?-«. ** ^^ i-i xf^'i^r- """ r^fy^jjri^Sf? Just ciip out this $5.00 Confederate Bill as shown at the left . . . bring it to Altman's to- •! -2?S?eAS- 3 --?se?>T^ arlfcV'-A-; ajf^S^ J5 ;* .&=E?3 SMplBS ^y^ ^ii ft&J-^SS ANY SUIT PRICED $40.00 OR MORE MAY BE PURCHASED WITH CONFEDERATE MONEY. SELECT FROM SPRING AND SUMMER, EVEN EARLY FALL SUITS. Only one $5.00 Confederate Bill ?s good on the purchase of each suit. Sea the complete selection of Favorite fabrics and colors. Size* 33 to 48. 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