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hg«i, Inbbock, (T«x.), Avalanehe-Joanwl, Sin., May 11. 1951 White Sox Divide Pair With Cleveland Brownies Take . Red Sox, Nats Split Twin Bill CHICAGO, May 30-UP—Ferris Fain's ninth inning single scored Chico Carrasquel with the winning run .to'give the Chicago White Sox a 6-5 victory in the second game and a split in a Memorial Day doubleheader with Cleveland before 41,971 sweltering fans. Cleveland won the first game 72. With the scored tied at 5-5, Car- rasquel led off the ninth with his second double of the game. Rivera sacrificed him to third and he scored on Fain's single. The split pushed the White Sox back into second place, a half game in front of .Cleveland, and four games behind the Yankees. Box: CLEVELAND 7 CHICAGO ! + * * MltcheUr Avila.2 MJesld.2 » Dor'y.rf Rosea.3 Kenedy.rt Glynn.l ' Stcklnd.M Tlpton.c Feller.i Hooper.p c J Lfimon Brlssle.p AB HOA 5000 4334 0001 Fain.l 3200 Merle.rt 21 0 Mlnoso.lf 5115 Wllsn.C 5200 Stphns,3 4 010 2 Fox.2 4195 Pierce.? 3220 Fmtles.p 3 0 i 5 h Clark 110.0 Aloma.p 1 0 0 0 d Byrne 0000 Cnscra.p AB B OA 3015 3 1 2 0 3092 ' ~ 2 0 0 4 3 1 2081 3101 3121 0 001 800 1000 0000 1000 0001 Total 4014 2719 Total 27 4 2712 a—Struck out for Westlake In Eth. b—Grounded out (or Fornlelcs In 6th. c—Popped out for oooer In 9th, d—Popped out for Aloma In Sth. Cleveland 003 102 010-7 Chlcaso 000 100 OU-2 R—Mitchell. Avila (S), Westlake, Rosen (2): Rivera. Minoso. E—Fomleles, Carra- SQuel- RBI—Westlake 3. Rosen. (Mitchell icored on Carrasquel's error In 6th), Kennedy. Doby. Fox. Rivera. 2B—Mitch- ell, Kennedy, Avila. 3B—Avlla. HR—Westlake. Rosen. Rivera. SH—Avlla. DP — Glynn. Strickland, Feller' Carrasquel, Fox, Fain: Rosen, Avlla. Glynn: Maieski. Strickland. Glynn. LOB — Cleveland 12, CMcaso 3. BB—Pierce 4, Feller 1. For- nlelese l_Hooper 3, Brissle 1. SO— Pierce 3, Teller 1. Fornleles 2. Hooper 1. Aloma S. HO—Pierce 7 In 3 1-3. Feller 2 In 4. (Faced ono battei In Sth). Fornieles 3 in 2 2-3, Hooper 1 In 4. Aloma 3 in 2. Cc.nsu«5ra 1 In 1. Brlssie 1 In 1 w—Htwper (4-0). L—Pierce (5-3). U— Honochick. McGowan. Paparella, McKln- ley. T—2:44. A—3S.OOO (Bst). SECOND GAME CLEVELAM) 5 CHICAGO « AB H O A AB fl 0 A FERRIS PAIN Drives In Winning Bun For Chlsox Two From Tigers DETROIT, May 30 —UP—The St. Louis Browns made it seven in a row over the Detroit Tigers Saturday by sweeping a doubleheader, 5 to 4 and 13 to 1, before 24,007 fans at Briggs Stadium. Don Lenhardt's pinch single with the bases full in the ninth drove in two runs to settle the opener and the Browns pounded out 15 hits, including home runs by Johnny Groth and Vic Wertz, to capture the nightcap. Virgil Trucks won • the opener, his fifth victory against two losses, and Bob Cain gained credit for the second triumph, his first against two losses. SI LOUIS 5 DETROIT 4 AB R 0 A AB H O A 4140 0000 Rlvra.rf 3042 Faln.l 5130 Wright.rt 5 3 '1 2 Minoso.ll 3020 Lollar.c 4141 FOX.2 2020 Krsch.S 4150 Ktlow.p 4102 Berden.p 0000 4332 4120 5 4 S 1 4210 01 Mltchei.lf AvUla,2 Doby.rf Rosen.3 Kenedy.rt Glynn.1 Hegan.c Wynn.p Aber.p Total Cleveland *"".•.""".".-.'.'~.7.~020~MO~OOCWi Chicago - 201011001—6 R —Mitchell, Doby. Rosen. Glynn, Strickland: CarrasQuel (3). Rivera, Fain. Lollar. E-WriKht. RBI-Rivera (Rivera scored on egan's passed ball). Wynn. (Strickland scored on Kretlow's wild pitch), Wright 2. Rosen 3, Bearden. Fain. 2B—Carrasquel 2. Fain 2. Lollar, Rosen, Krsnlc*. 3B—Wrteht. R—Rosen. SB — Rivera. SH—Rivera. DP—Carrasnuel, Fox, Fain: Rosen, Avlla, Glynn; Rosen, Strickland. LOB—Cleveland 8. Chicago 8. BB —Kretlow 5. Wynn 1, Bearden i. SO— Kretlow 8, Wynn 5. Bearden 3. HO— Kretlow 4 in 4 1-8, Wynn 14 In 8 1-S. Bearden 4 In 4 3-3, Aber 1 in 0 (faced one batter In ninth). W—Bearden (2-2). ^-Wynn (5-2). U—McGcwan. Paparella, McKlnley, Honortch. T—S-,02. A—41.971. BOSOX 4-1, SENATORS S-2 WASHINGTON, May 30 —UP- Jimmy Piersall, hailed as the best young outfielder in the majors, dropped a fly ball in short center Brewer Heads Tourney field DALLAS, May 30 —UP—Defending champion Gay Brewer of Louisville, Ky,, heads a fast field of more than 125 of the South's finest linksmen entered in the 47th annual Southern Amateur Golf Championship opening here Tuesday. Brewer's 1952 finalist opponent, Vernon Thwaites of Knoxville, Tenn.,will not be in the field, but the bulky entry list contained a score of more top-flight challengers capable of dethroning the Kentuckian. Grpth.d Y6ung.2 Wertz.rf c-Svrs.l Elliott.S Kryskl.l d-Lnrdt,rf Dyck.U Courtny.c Trucks,p a-E wds b-Beny Paige.p 4210 Prdy.2 5121 4111 Dlsing.c( 0020 Kman.rt 3111 Dropo.l 4390 Lund.rt 110 Gnsbrsr.c " 0 Htfld,3 1 4 4 421 1 1 1 1 0 3 OBI Gray.p 5 Mrlwe.p 0 2 Hrbrt.p 0 0 Wlght.p 3043 4233 4141 4210 4071 4100 S 2 4 1 3033 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0000 e-MullIn 1000 0000 ____ S3 82716 Tola! 35132711 Total a-Singled for Trucks lr, Sth, b-Ran for Edwards In 9th. c-Ran lor Werti In 9th. d-Sinsled for Kryhoskl in 9th. e-Grounded out for Wight in 9th. St Loull ......... ' ........ 120000002—5 Detroit ................... 101001010-1 R— Groth (2), Sievers, Hunter, Berry; Kuenn (2>. Delslng, Lund. E— Hunter, Trucks RBI-Groth 2, Wertz 2, Lenhardt 2, Hleman 2, Ginsberg, (DelslnK scored on wild pitch In Sth) 2B— Groth, Kryhoski. Ginsberg, Lund 3B— Delsing. HR— Groth. SB— Dyck. SH-Trucks 2. Groth. DP— Trucks, Hunter. Young; DelslnK, Hatfield; Prlddy, Kuenn. Dropo. LOB— St. Louis 10; Detroit 5. BB— Trucks 2. Paige Gray 2. Marlowe 1, erbert 1. SO— Connolly Wins Women's Windup Ken Rosewall Beats Seixas For Crown PARIS, May 30—UP—Ken Rosewall, the 18-year-old Australian champion, upset Vic Seixas of Philadelphia Saturday to win the men's singles title in the French Diego, Calii, won the women's crown. The youngest player ever to win the championship, men s singles title in the i rencn Downed 'the U. S. No. International Tennis Champion-1 ^4, M, 1-6, 6-2, while —* ships as Maureen Connolly of San [ no]ly defeated defending cham- Rose wal 1 2 player, Miss Con- Two other former champions — Trucks 6. Gray i. Marlowe 2 wight l. - -- - -- £ • ! HO—Trucks 8 In S: Paige p In 1: Gray 5 In 1 2-3: Marlow 7 In 7: Herbert 0 In 0 (pitched to one batter Jn 9th), Wight 1 in 1-3. WP-Trucks w-Trucks (5-'i L—Marlowe (0-3). U—Dufty. Rommell,' Berry. Hurley. T-2:3L SECOND GAME ST. LOC1S 13 DETROIT 1 ABHOA ABHOA 5220 Kuenn,ss 5343 Hckcfc.3 5211 Lund.If 3 010 i Nman.rf 4130 Drop,..! 4220 5214 Batts.c 4144 frnd,2 3100 Hrlst.p Arnold Blum of Macon, Ga., the 1951 winner, and Tommy Barnes of Atlanta, who copped the title in .1947 and again in 1949 — were due to be seeking places in the 64-player championship flight in the 36 holes of qualifying play Tuesday and Wednesday. In addition, a top-heavy crew of | wertz.rt Texans, including Don Cherry, a semi-finalist in the 1952 National Youns,2 Amateur, promised plenty of trou- o I ble ahead before Brewer can re* J J § | peat his victory at Knpxyille. 4111"" 1000 3102 Lake wood Country Club, a tricky, 6,496-yard par 36-35—71 layout, will be the scene of the : tournament, ^TZ~^ which will have two rounds of of match play Thursday and Friday and 36-hoIe semi-finals and finals Saturday and Sunday. So fast was the field that observers generally predicted it would take a 150—eight over par —to qualify for the championship flight. Berry.S Caln.p Stuart, p Traylor Will Attend Baylor TEMPLE, May 30 If) —Doyle Traylor, generally rated-the greatest quarterback and passer in Texas schoolboy football history, decided today he would go to Baylor. Traylor, who threw 76 touchdown passes with Temple High School in three years, was twice all-State and twice all-America and carried Temple to the state high school finals two years in a row, thus ended speculation of .a' year bn where he would play his college football. It was generally believed from the start that he would go to Baylor but Traylor would make no public decision other than to say several weeks ago that it had simmered down to either Baylor or Rice. Devout Baptist In declaring he'would go to Baylor, Traylor said today that he was choosing that school because he liked it, liked its people and "it's close ,to home." Baylor, at Waco, is only about 35 miles from Temple. Traylor is a devout Baptist and I his mother wanted him to go to i 2 "2 Baylor—and those were two rea- o * ? I sons for his choosing the Baptist university. The schoolboy star has not signed a letter of intent with Bay- . pion Doris Hart of Coral Gables, | Fla., 6-2, 6-4. _ I It marked only the second time j in 20 years that an Australian has won the men's singles title in the tourney, Jack Crawford having taken it last in 1933, while Miss Connolly became the first woman of her age—she,' too, is only 18— ever to win all four world major women's singles titles—the U.S., Wimbledon and Australian, in addition to the French. Third Over Seixas Rosewall's triumph was his third over Seixas in as many matches. The Blonde Australian defeated the Philadelphian in the semifinals of the Australian championships in January and in the fourth round of the U. S. championships at Forest Hills, N. Y., last September. Rosewall left the 10,000 fans crowding the concrete stands' of Roland .Garros stadium gasping with admiration with his faultless tennis against.Seixas, The young Australian's mastery in all phases of the game disheartened Seixas as Rosewall beat him repeatedly with perfectly placed shots-. Rosewall, committing-only 26 er-. rors against ?9 for Seixas, required only an hour and 35 minutes to defeat his favored opponent. Brucker Has II Bat Lead DALLAS, May 30. INS— Swat-happy Earle Brucker, Jr., the heaviest man on the Tulsa ball club, led the Texas League in hitting for the second straight week with the heftiest average in -the loop. Brucker, a rugged 210-pound catcher whose father was a star with the Philadelphia Athletics in the late '30s and early "40s, has a .367 average through games of May 27 to top the hitters. He has 29 hits in 79 trips to the plate. Actually in first place but with too few "at /bats" to count is Ernie Groth, Oklahoma City pitcher, with a .405 mark. 19 Above .300 Mark Nineteen batters are hitting above .300 in the official league statistics released today. Fort Worth continued to lead in club, batting with a .264 average, and San Antonio moved up to second place with a .261 mark. Dan Stupur, Fort Worth right- hander, has the best mark among the pitchers with a 4-0 record, but Don Fracchia of Beaumont has won the most games. The Exporter right-sider has a 7-1 record. Only Lamesa's Hill Is On. District 3-AA Squad ABILENE, May 30—(»— Second Baseman Lawrence Hill of Lamesa all-district team by a poll of six sports writers covering conference play all year, but the champion Abilene Eagles dominated the eight- hurlers records. still have perfect Forrest Jacobs. Fort Worth second-baseman, held the lead in hitting with 62, but Bob Balcena of San Antonio took over the lead in runs scored with 41. Russ Burns of Oklahoma City is tops in the RBI column with 34. Tulsa's Ed,Baily took over the lead in home runs with 12,- and Teammate Saternino E s c a 1 e r a grabbed top honors in the triples | department with six. Joe Frazier, | Oklahoma City left fielder, leads I in doubles with 19. College Ave. Baptist Softball Team Beats Redeemer Lutheran In the Church League games Saturday night, College Ave. Baptist team defeated Redeemer Lutheran, 7 - 6; Presbyterian •Emanuel swamped East Side Baptist. 17i2, and 'First Baptist edged Trinity Baptist, 3-2. . Boyd Reynolds was the winner for College Ave. Baptist, allowing only six hits. Tom Benge had 3 RBI's. R. W. Johnson was the loser and knocked in two runs with a triple. Renay Davis singled in the fifth inning to spoil Jack Reeves no-hitter as Presbyterian-Emanuel scored 17 runs on nine hits to defeat -East Side Baptist. Sweat had two triples for the winners. Bob Daniel was the loser. Carl Bruce gave up two hits, both singles to Buddy Hale, as he Ditched Trinity Baptist past First Baptist. Gerald Lyda had two hits for the winners and Bruce knocked in two runs. 1 Payne Oil won an exhibition game from REA of Floydada, 7-2, behind the steady pitching of Bill Lingle. He only gave up two hits and struck out nine, was the loser. first team with five selections, it •was announced Saturday by the has been named to the District sponsoring Abilene Reporter-News. Carlos Berry ' of Lamesa, ace Golden Tornado pitcher, was named to the second team, the only other Lamesa player to b« named to either first or second team. Wayland Reeves, a. third baseman, and Shortstop Johnny Jones were given honorable mention. San Angelo, second place team, landed four players on the first team, which had two pitchers and a utility player. The llth place went^to a Midland player. All-District 3-AA selections: FIRST TEAM Name and School FoclUm Bobby Jack Oliver. Abilene Catcher Jim Spardley. Abilene Pitcher Ralph Englert Ssn Angelo Pitcher Hubert Bierderman, San Antelo Tint. Baie Lawrence Hill, Lamesa Second Ba«e Bobby Biederman, San Anftio Third Bate Boh Fry. Abilene Shortttop Jesse HatfJeld, Midland Left Field Nolan Klehues, San Anselo •• Center Field James Hopkins. Abilene Right Field Jimmy Dan Bourland, Abilene .... Utility SECOND TEAM Name and School PMlBo* Raymond Gilstrap, Bui Sprin* .. Catcher Carlos Berry, Lamesa Pitcher Carl Schlemeyer, Midland Pitcher Randal Anderson, Abilene .... Ttrtl Base Don Rhoder. Abilene. Second Base Jimmy Jackson, Odessa Third Base Tommy Warner. Odessa Shortstop Derald Patton. Abilene Left Field Ronnie Woolen, Big Spring .. Center Field Tuffy Zellars, Odessa Right Field Don Peeoles, San Angelo Utility HONORABLE MENTION Outfield—Jim Baum, Abilene: Paul Fiest, San Anffelo: Dick Spencer, Midland: Wayne Medlin, Big Spring; Houston Klrby, Odessa. First Base—Walter Bingham. Midland. See- During the coaching regime of Chester Brewer from 1903 through 1910, Michigan State never lost a home football game. Davis | Jnd'Base^-Rile/Wy&tt, 'Abilene; Hal Dido- son San Angelo; and Bollls, Big Spring. Third Base—Waylnnd Reeves, Lamesa. Shortstop—Johnny Jones. LameM: Albert Mirando, San Angelo: Gwen Grlsham. Midland. Catcher—R. Rufledge. Midland. Utility—Ken Wineburg. Odessa; Tommy McAdams, Big Spring; Charlei ROM, Big Spring. b-MullIn Hrbrtp o o o 4 118 1 2110 4 1 S 0 2114 2004 1100 000^ Total I Traylor plays I o o i Temple High School team that will (compete in the state tournament 13 7 27 is | at Austin next week end. Greenfree Stable's Tom Fool Wins $50,000 Suburban Race NEW YORK, May 30. INS—Greentree Stable's Tom Fool led all the way, staving off Royal Vale at the end, to take the $50,000 added Sub,~_ urban handicap by a nose today at S hoS n on° V $| BeImont Patk in * P hot ° finish ' Barnes, other highly-regarded title possibilities 'include little Joe Conrad, former Texas amateur champ from North Texas State, and two of his college teammates — Marion Hiskey and Stan Mosel; Floyd and I Don Addington, the red-hot brother combination from Southern j Methodist; Dick Collprd Jr., of New Orleans. Eddie Merrins of Meridian, Miss., Beverly Nabers of St. — .„- . . , Petersburg, Fla., Morton Bright field in the ninth inning Saturday an d Carling Dinkier Jr. of Atlanta; 4-— miT.~ XITorViinfT+rtM o *?-T •\ri/*tfM*\7 > T^t...... TJJJ_n -X. r<i _. -^. TT «15 27 14 Total a-Stosled lor Harrtst In 6th. , b-Forced runner for Wlsht In Sth. i Basketball Letterman St. Louis 200 040 025—13 | tr o a i* n urao ., Iprrprman in hoc. Detroit ooQOOiooo-i -tie also was a ienerman m oas- (2), Younz (2), w ert2 (a. ketball in his sophomore and senior Kokos, MOSS (2). Berry. Hunter, years. But he missed both basket- F'?^ 1 ^ I' bal1 and basebaU as a junior be- Young 2, carsweii. 2B—Kokos, Youns cause of a spine operation. He satts, Dropo. Deising. SB-Berry. HR-. played football in his junior year Groth. Wertz. SH—Hunter. KryhosM, f, n .,.f .. ,,..,. • „ , J * T - ,.... . „ „, , Young. LOB-SI. Louis s, Detroit 12. BB- with his back in a brace. In addition to Brewer, Blum and Cain 6. Stuart 1. Harrist 4, Herbert 2. i TJ,- 17- v par-olrl "vfnor-T! 18=v - - - - sO-Stuart 1, Harrist 2, Wlsht 1. HO—Cain I ine , J-'-year-om, O-IOOr--U, iBD- 6 in 6 (pitched to one batter in 7th): pound youngster was named on the Stuart 1 In 3; Harrist 9 In 6; Wlnht " ' " ' " ~" ' ~ ' 2 W 2; Herbert 4 In 1. PB—Moss. T»t- Caln (1-2). L—Harrist fl-2>. U—Rommfl. Berry, Hurley, DuUy. T—2:18. A—24,007. Time for /-he mile and a quarter was 2:00-3/5 as Tom Fool, carrying top weight of 128 pounds, ran one of the best races of his career on an off track. The winner paid $6.10, $3 and $2.30. Royal Vale paid $3 and $2.60, and Cold Command, a distant third, returned S3.20. A crowd of 43, 122, held down by showers before the race, saw the Connie Ryan's Wife And Son Recovering From Wreck Injuries GREENEVILLE, Tenn., May SOWS—The wife and son of Second Basem_an Connie Ryan of the Philadelphia Phillies were recovering today from injuries suffered in a two-car collision in Tennessee last night. Mrs. Ryan, her five-year-old son, her mother Mrs. A. L. Conway and her aunt, Mrs. Nora Borie, all were bur.; in the crash at Mosheim, Tenn. Two other Ryan youngsters escaped injury in the collision which occurred as the Ryans were en- route to join the baseball player in Philadelphia. Mrs, Conway was most seriously hurt. All were treated at a Greeneville hospital. to give Washington a 2-1 victory over Boston after the Red Sox won the opener 4-3. The Senators loaded the bases in their winning inning when Jim Busby singled and Carmen Mauro and Ed Yost drew walks. Wayne Terwilliger followed with his shorf fly ball which Piersall gloved but dropped as Busby came home with the winning run. The Red Sox were within one putout of having their opening victory washed off the books when a downpour struck with two Washington players retired in the bottom of the fifth; But after delay of an hour and 48 minutes they made an early four run stand up for the victory. Texas A&M Gridders To Meet Nebraska Af Lincoln In 1955 COLLEGE STATION, May 30 —UP—Signing of an Oct. S, 1955 date with Nebraska at Lincoln Saturday completed Texas A&M college's football schedule through BOSTON 4 Plrsl.ct-rt Baker,2 Stpns.rl-lt Gemert.l UpMett,cJ Evrs,lr-ct MDrmt.p Klnder-P Nlrhos.c Cons!o,3 AB R OA 3230 Yost.3 -, 422! Trwlzr.J 4140 Vrnon.l 4 012 0 Volmr.U 2100 Jensn.rt WASHINGTON 3 AB H OA 4111 2052 4 1 S 0 4220 3220 2010 RUMls.SS 4015 3000 1101 Ftzgld.c 4 1 2 S Marero.p 2040* Hdrlln 8203 Stobbs.j> b Coan Mstrsn.p c Mauro 4150 3032 1002 0 0 0 0 i i o o 100 oco Total »—Filed J>-Struck 32102714 Total 52 8 2712 out for Marrero In Sth. out for Stobbs In 711:. Drew Liddell of Shreveport; Har-, „„-„ old Wesley of Greenville, Ala.; | M55 Zeke Carter of Columbus, Ga.; i The Aggies and Cornhuskers Chuck Sheldon of Miami, Fla.; and have met once previously, in 1930 Charles Dudley of Greenville, S.C. I when Nebraska won 13 to 0. Big Spring Splits Two-Game Series, 7-6 San Angelo Errors Give Broncs Victory c—singled for Mastersoa'in 9th. " ! Boston 001030300—1 Washington JOO 002 000-S R—Piersall (2), Upon, Con«olo; Yost, Vernon, Vollmer. RBI—Yost. Saker 2. Console, Piersall. Vctoner. Jensen. 2B- Jensen. Consolo. 3B~3iker, Vernon. Jensen. HR—Yost SB—Console. S—Nlarhos, Fltzzerald. DP — Marrero, Rwmsls, Ver non: Baker, Llpon. Gemert: Runnels, Ter- wlllifer. Vernon (2): Llpon. Baker, Gernert LOB—Boston s, Washington 7. BB —McDermott 1. Marrero 1, Kinder 3. SO —McDermott 2, Marrero 1. Kinder 2 Masterson 1. HO—McDermott 6 in 5 2-1 Kinder 2 in 3 1-3: Marrero 9 In 5; Stobhs 0 in 2: Masterson 1 in !. W— McDermott (54>. L—Marrero (4-3). B— Passarella, Soar, Grieve and Nap;. T— 3:22. BOSTON 1 Flenall,et Baker.2 stohns,rt Gtrnert.l SEOOXD GAME WASHINGTON , Nlxon.p Frman.p Upon. si watwr.c Console.* Total AB H 100 Yoit.3 042 Tvrtger.J 020 Vernon.l 070 230 Jnsen.rt 201 BnU.55 0000 4034 OWls,c 3133 a-Mauro s i « a r AB B OA 4 1 S 318 s on 4080 200 J 1 S 4210 2010 0000 J C< 0 J 33 7X25H Total 29 !2fU x-One out when winning run gcored. .-Walked for Oldi, Jn 9th. Boston Old 000 000—1 Washington 000100001—2 R—Evers: Runnels. Busby, IX-Vemon. Yost, Piersall. RBI—Wilber, Oldls. ZB— Busby. Terwlllteer. S—PieraaU. DP—Baker. Gemert: Yost, TerwiUuter, Vemon. LOB—Boston 6. Washington 11- BB—Nixon 9. SO—Dlxoa 3, Nixon X HO—Nixon 5 ~ In 8 1-3; Freeman 0 ' in 0 Inning. TO-Dixon (1-1). L—Nixon (0-11. U—Soar, Grlve. Hasp and Pajsarell*. T—2:ZL A— 14755. Colorado State College Earns Trip To NCAA Baseball Finals SALT LAKE CITY, May 30 -•UP—Colorado State College of Greeley earned its second consec- u£ve trip to the NCAA baseball finals at Omaha by sweeping both ends of a douibleheader Saturday from the University of Utah Redskins, 8 to 5 and 4 to 0. rUtah took the first game Frid«y, 6 to 3, and than watched the Btears take the next two to capture the district seven playoffs and the right to represent the region in the national collegiate final*. , SAN ANGELO, May 30 «i — Shoddy outfield play on the part of the San Angelo Colts gave the Big Spring Broncs a 7-6 victory here tonight and an even split in the two-game series. Dick Stone, an infielder subbing for the injured Right Fielder Steve Follett, had two errors and misjudged three more potential outs into Bronc base hits. Big Spring 401 000 020— 7 13 3 San Angelo 210010 200— 6 12 2 Reguera and Niedson; Guerra, Bonine (9) and Briner. MIDLAND S. ODESSA 2 ODESSA, May 30 OB—Two Odessa errors in the sixth inning allowed Midland to score the marginal run that beat the last place Oilers, 3-2, tonight as Eddie Jacome picked up his seventh win. Art Bowland led off the Midland sixth with a single anji moved to third on an error and sacrifice. Then Raul Diepp, Oiler shortstop, booted his second chance of the frame on Jim Harford's grounder — Bowland scoring to make it, 3-1. j Midland 000 021 000—3 7 0 Odessa 000 Oil 000—2 9 2 Jacome and Bowland; Carson and Castro. ARTESIA 2-5, CARLSBAD 0-18 ARTESIA, May 30 »>—The Ar- tesja Drillers managed to take a split with Le_ague Leading Carlsbad in a twi-night doubleheader here today, taking the first game 2-0, but being pummeled 18-5 in the final. Huge Frank Martin, a 270- pounder. kept the Potashers handcuffed in the first game as he spread five hits in taking the shutout. Artesia had better luck off Gene Wulf, but got three of their seven bingles for both runs in the first inning. Carlsbad 000 000 000-0 5 2 Artesia 200 000 OOx—2 7 1 Wulf and Jackson; Martin and Mulcahy. SECOND GAME Carlsbatf .. Oil 904 003—IS 27 1 Artesia 000 100 103— 5 14 4 Sosa and Jackson; Reyes, Alvarez (5), Ruyle (4), Halter (6); Foster (S) and Mulcahy. BEES FORCE RECORD STANFORD, Calif., May 30 UP—A swarm of bees came boiling through the center of the field at the Pacific Coast Conference 'track and field meet here Saturday and some new unofficial rec- all-America by the National Scholastic Magazine in 1951 and 1952. He also made the all-America of the Wigwam Wisemen of America last year. The Texas Sports Writers Assn. last fall picked him as Texas' outstanding high school player. He j received a trophy from the University of Houston, where he was honor guest of its annual football banquet. Also to Play Baseball Traylor wfll play football and baseball at Baylor. His first football game as a Baylor freshman will be Oct. 1 when the Baylor Cubs play the Texas freshmen at Temple. There had been speculation that Roy Chapman, the major target for Traylor in his passing, wqjild go where Traylor went. But Chapman said he would attend the University of Texas. In Traylor's high school football career he played in 37 games, with 32 victories and five losses—two each to Baytown and Breckenridge and one to Austin. He will major in' business administration. LEHIGH CHANGES SCHEDULE BETHLEHEM, Pa., May 30—UP running of the traditional Me- j —Lehigh University announced Sat morial Day feature. j urday its game with Boston Uni: Iversity at Fenway Park, Boston, Frank Beeman, Michigan State I will be played Friday-night, Oct. tennis coach, and Stan Drobac, 123, instead of Saturday, Oct. 24, and Spartans' net captain, were doubles partners in the 1945 U.S. Army championships at Wimbledon. its game with Carnegie' Tech on Nov. 14 will be played at Bethlehem instead of at Pittsburgh. «ost*» s *"-£.the' ON PRIMISU AT H & L TRUCK CO. IMC. «02 N. IAZE ST. SAN ANGELO TEXAS 10 A. M. TUES. JUNE 9. '53 BANKRUPTCY SALE OF TRUCKS, TRAILERS, FLOATS, CARS, Ports, OFFICE EOU1PT. Etc. WORTH $60,000 Pursuant to order by HON GLENN SMITH, Referee In lank. ruprey, these assets will be offered at PUBLIC AUCTION In entirety, units and single lots: 14—1952-1947 Mack, International, Chevrolet Trucks with oil field bedi, gin poles, winches, etc., in finest condition it's ever been our pleasure to offer at auction. Plus 2 1952 Chevrolet 4-Dood Power- Glide sedans, low mileage. Also 15 Trailers—Floats, Hobbs, Frwhgvf, etc. Truck and trailer parts, office equipment, 14'x30' wooden building, compressors, jacks, pumps, skids, grease units etc. And TEXAS RAILROAD COMMISSION PERMIT No. 5955 for transporting oil field equipment to and from ell points In Texas; and other commodities «n limited basit—enabling bulk bidder to buy as a going concern. FOR ILLUSTRATED BROCHURE CONTACT TERMS: Cash. ^^^''ii'r.'i'Kk'.y^^ TRUSTS* 25% deposit. M. J£SflLPH ROSEJTN £"•/!!£• ance on delivery. *f, ^ UIOCHITti J *«n Angeto Subject to confk- wHuKEDIBllIliZfflEB*eBB9Bli Nott. Bank motion by Hon. IL^ iKtpoMc tak Mf. MNM Ptnpid 21tt/ Bldg** $M Glenn Smith. ^5-L.DilUJ * TBAS^X Angelo, Tew Wholesale or Retail WE FURNISH THE TYPE, SIZE COOLER YOU NEED At The Price You'll Want To Pay Lone Star Baseball Camp Opens Its Second Season Next Sunday HUNTSVILLE, May 30 OPt-The Lone Star baseball camp opens its second season next Sunday at Sam Houston State College. About 200 boys are expected'to enroll during the three three-week sessions starting June 7, June 28. and July 19. S. H. Malone, Sam Houston baseball coach, is camp director. His coaching staff includes such former major leaguers as Eddie Dyer, . . - -„ Watty Watkins, Tink Riviere, Carl j I ords for taking cover were set by Reynolds, Johnny Hudson, Ernie ' "-- " " -"' ' Koy, Joff Cross and Alex Hooks, j MEANS Cooler-Fresher-Momenls WITH ARCTIC CIRCLE scantily-clad athletes. AIR Full Schedule Of Lynn County Junior Loop Games On Tap Today TAHOKA (Special) — A full schedule of Lynn County Junior Baseball League games is on tap Sunday starting at 2:30 p.m. Bray Chevrolet of Tahoka and Wilson's Bakers,. currently tied for first place with two wins and no losses, meet in the feature' game. • Southland journeys to Roosevelt for another game and Bill Strange Motors of Tahoka meets Slaton at Cooper. Roosevelt and Strange are tied for second with 1-1 records while Slaton and Southland are winless in two tries. CHECK^ "DEAL< BEFORE YOU BUY ANY LOW PRICED CAR.. ron'U Like The Way We Trade" NEW '53 PLYMOUTH 5,897°° COOLERS Cikic Fiet pir liuti CttABANTffS Citlcr Fnsiir litiits I— bWWM «< kWM** fad I of Mir Attftc . VT^..—:. PRICED AS LOWAS._ Delivered. In Lobbock Inel. All F*d«ral Tans FREE INSTALLATION ON ALL RESIDENTIAL JOBS HOOPER EASY PAYMENTS MOTORS 1413 Avenue J Dial 5-7741 TIRE STORE CREDIT TERMS ( ARRANGED AVENUE LUBBOC K,

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