The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on June 5, 1952 · Page 14
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 14

Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, June 5, 1952
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14-, THE BAYTOWN SUN. THURSDAY. JUNE 5, 1952 g Injury Stops Pro kckse Burke ** 9 f • eomforta If reduced kidney functiOa;wj^t- tjngyou down—due to such common cujusts as stre»s and strain, o VL-r-««n ion W, exposure "to cold. Minor bladder irriUitioBsJoua tp coid or wrouB riiet "inr cause seuinS up liischts or frcfiucut paxsaZM. ""i)oB't neglect your Sidneys if th«e con.di- ilons Try ttoar/s PiUs~a'a>Uc ^5ar«ic.-Ut>«;d >ucc«*»(ully by mRhWis,fOr oycr 50.years. It's amazing how njiuiy times . Dosn T s 'give bappy relief from thsa^iJis^oa?- Jorts-heJpthel o mi!«of kidney tubtrsscrf fil- . tcrs flush out waste. G«. Doau'a Tills todayj By ED F1TE AHDMORE, Okla., June 5 UP) — Lioyd Mangrum, golf's top money winner, in 1951. became a solid favorite to capture the $15,000 Ardmore Open as first round play started Thursday 'without Jack Burke Jr. • of Houston, who 'withdrew because of a leg injury. Burke, -the leading money winner this year and the sensation of the summer tour, said an old leg injury began bothering him Wednesday; He feared it might- also keep him out of the National Open, which starts June 12 at Dallas. The Ardmore event had promised a showdown between Mangrum and Buy From Your Bayf ov/n Merchants Use Our Convenient Lay-Away Plan Down has returned now , DEFINITE BEALL BARGAIN Burke in their race for top money honors in 1952. Burke's misfortune. gave Mangrum a wide-open opportunity to take up the slack. There might be, some other changes in the leading money winners if Doug Ford of Harrison, N, Y,-, Tommy Bolt of Durham, N.C., Jim Ferrier of San Francisco, Ted Kroll of .-New Hartford, N. Y., or Al Besselink of Chicago should barge into first place or finish-well up the list. All are in the top 10 bracket and stand to climb'a'notch'or two with a sizeable check to show for their work over Dornick Hills' rocky course JJi the foothiUs of the Arbuckle.•'•.'mountain's.': The 72-hole grind runs through Sunday. Mangrum,' who has won 55,100 in the-past two weeks" with .a second place at the Colonial Invitation and top spot in the Western Open, can't overtake Burke, despite the young Texan's withdrawal. Burke has won $12.455 to date to Mangrum's $9.09G. but a S2.400 cash-in slip here would whack away a big. part of thai margin. Gary Middlecoff of Memphis and Sam Snead of White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., the third and sixth I place money winners, by-passed this tournament after miserable showings in the Western and chose to get an early start tuning up their games for the Open at Northwood Club in Dallas, Ford, Bolt or Ferrier could climb ahead of Middlecoff with first place here since Middlecoff has won only $8,106 to Ford's 37,845, Bolt's $6,77.0' and Ferrier s 56,013. Leaders In Big Leagues By UNITED PRESS LEADING BATTERS NATIONAL LEAGUE layer & Club AB..K..H ..Pet. auer, Chi .ockman, NY 169 30 59 .349 165 40 56 Robinson. Bklyn 125 30 41 Baumholt', Chi Adams, Cin, 114 19 37 180 30 57 .317 AMEUICAN LEAGUE DiMaggio, .Bos 142 27 51 Mantle, NY Rosen, Cleve Robinson, Chi Foxr, Chi 103 13 34 160 28 52 177 22 56 1S8 20 61 HOME RUNS Sauer, Cubs Rosen, Indians Bafko, Dodgers Hodges, Dodgers Mathews. Braves Weriz, Tigers Kiner, Pirates Easter, Indians RUNS BATTED IN Say er, Cubs R. Thomson. Giants Rosen; Indians Snider,. Dodgers Doby, Indians RUNS Lockman, Giants Williams. Giants Avila. Indians Adams, Reds Saner, Cubs Robinson, Dodge_rs HITS Fox, White Sox Sauer, Cubs Adams, Reds Simpson. Indians Robinson, White Sox Lockman, Giants PITCHING Roe. Dodgers Shea. Senators Maglie, Giants Shantz, Athletics Paige. Browns Marrero. Senators Henry. Red Sox Hearn, Giants By UNITED PRES S TEXAS -"LEAGUE Team Oklahoma • City Beaumont Dallas . Houston [ Fort Worth i San Antonio Shreveport Tulsa W L Pet. 30 26 .536 31 27 .534 30 27 .523 30 28 .517 28 27 .509 27 30 .474 26 31 .456 24 30 Wednesday's Results Oklahoma City. 7-8, Shreveport 4-4. Bea umont 3-11, Tulsa 2-6. Houston 7-1. Foit Worth 3-3. Dallas 4. San Antonio 1. • Tharsday.'s Schedule Dallas at San Antonio, rort Worth at Houston. Oklahoma City at Shreveport- Tulsa at Beaumont. AMERICAN LEAGUE Team Boston Cleveland New York Washington Chicago Philadelphia St. Louis Detroit W L Pet. 25 18 .581 26 19 .578 21 17 23 19 .548 22 23 .489 IS 19 .456 21 25 .457 13 29 Wednesday's Results Boston 13. Cleveland II. New York 6. Chicago 3. " Philadelphia 4. Detroit 3. St, Louis at Washington,, ppd., rain. NATIONAL Team Brooklyn New York Chicago Cincinnati St. Louis Philadelphia Boston Pittsburgh Wednesday's Results Chicago 6 T -New York 2. Brooklyn 7, Pittsburgh 4, St..; Louis 6, Boston 0. Cincinnati 10 t Philadelphia 8. Inn Built "Upside Down** RANGELEY. Me- CE>— An "upside-down" inn built at Rangeley Village has ail its bedrooms on the ground floor xthile all public rooms are on tha'ufvjset levels, providing A panoramic ~-Vre\v of Rangeley Lake _ ^ Michigan produces wiore other state In These Vcrfues Good THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 6, 7 FBOZEHFOODS Righls Reserved to Limit Quantities HHhe best-knovm brands have got to be good JL — it is their quality that-has made them— and keeps them—outstanding. That's why we offer you with pride these best-known brands—"Your Key to Good Eating. LIBBY'S COHH LIBRPS Chopped SUN AXD SA" Beach Ouil Reg. 52.49 PLASTIC BOTTLE \ .,.„ PH'UJPS Ms!k of Mei SLICED OR CRUSHED. PLAIN OR . . IODIZED O CLEANSER etty Cucumber Wafers WHENYOOBQY2-BATHSIZE i WITH COUPON YOU RECEiYED IN MAIL ARMOUR'S STAR TRAY PACK .....Lb. DiTTFURTH r S HOME KILLED WeV« proud o£ oar produce—tBat'* TEXAS SWEET SWIFT'S ESSEX SUMMER SUNKIST, JUICY LEMON FRESH, FIRM - CAEBA6 e HOME GROWN ABY SQUAS RATH ? S BLACKHAWK CHOICE BABY BEEF RiNSO LUX TOILET SOAP LARGE BOX Erervdav Low 'Price GIANT BOX Everyday Low Price BATH SIZE Everyday Low Price CAN Everyday Low. Price LEAGUE W L Pet. GB 29 11 ,725 ... 28 14 .667 2 25 -18 .581 22 22 .500 9 22 23 .489 9Vi 18 23 ,439 36 24 .400 13 11 36 .234 2S»4

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