The La Marque Times from La Marque, Texas on June 22, 1962 · Page 6
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The La Marqu* Times, Friday, Jun* • jfi ' ' " fliers Grab bad In Second Half mr * j * , '» • . ••' '. . Nitional Muf r league With 4 Wins •flie Bosticfc's Yanlfjes defeated t»e Kniglt's Clippers 4-3. in National Minor Lea|we action, ed, Gerald Jolly, winning pitch- the -Yankees at bat with 2 dubles. Eddie -Young was the Clipper hitter -with- • a of singles. rry's Tigers beat tjbe^ First Mi|stangs, 14-14 with the of a home run and single Hlighes, Thursday.' e Beall starred at the plate for the Mustangs with 4 Singles. Yankees clipped the Patrica 5-2 on the home run and tt$p!te blasted by Jolfy, Monday. * James little led the Patriot iuttteftr wittt -2 singles, V t3ttle arid John Stevens both pitefced tfte entire game. The Tigers banged the Cubs Monday. Jerry Jackson, with a double and a single, and Albert Deni son, with 2 singles, provided most of the Tiger power for the victory. Tommy Gilniore slap ;ped 3 singles to spark the Cut swatters. Mike Plumlee hit double and a single. The Cubs were never in trou ble as they routed the Patriots 10-3 Saturday. La,vmighn Miteham, Phil Ste venson, John Caballefo, and Tom my Gilmoer all had fine days at th^ plate, each whamming pair of singles. I Mike Burks and Don Hult? both ; hit 2 singles for the Pa triols. The Yankees tamed the Mus tangs 7-5; Saturday. Jolly led the Cor This Summer AUTO Braves edged the Carbide Cardinals 3-2 in National League play, Monday. Jimmy Ober, Gary Alexander and Fred Herauf Jed the Braves batters. Phil Boatright, winning pitcher, struck out 1?. batters. Terry Ray and John Evans were the big Cardinals at the ..plate. Bobby Burke went the route on the mound for the Cardinals. In a wild' spree of runs, the Harvel Reds bumped the Curtis Dodgers 14-13, Monday. Jim Davis, David Territo and Given each got 2 hits. arles Sehoebel singled for the Reds. The Dodgers were paced by Mark Wagley and Bobby Welke, each hitting 2 safeties. Singles were hit by Larry Kirkland, Hank Rider, and Timmy Pok- Itida. Team Eagles ffs nators TBKSB5W - i,- > •:.' * THOUSANDS CHANGING SeaU Liak, Inflates Tire IN 2 MINUTES OR LESS! S3SSS& NOW ONLY $3.88 PLASEK AUTO & MOW. SUP 1311 Tit S». - la Marque TORY'S GULF STATION IW S. Oak - L« M»rqoe * EXTRA COMFORT OF conoN- REIWFORCED SOL Yankees with a double and 2 singles. Beall led the Mustangs with a double and a single. Rormy Vail and John Dowdy teamed up to pitch a no-run, no hit game which saw the Tigers romping over the Clippers 14-0, Saturday. Dowdy was also a hero at bat with 2 mighty home runs and a double. •'Vail contributed a triple and a single. iraves Trip Ordinals 3-2 Crow's 1-hiller Stops Indians Alien Croft* helped the Bank of the/ Mainland i Indians to a 9-1 win over the Amoeo Yankees with a sparkling 1-hitter in ;American League action, Tuesday. f Qrow was also the leading hitter with a pair of singles. 'Bill Brown,.. Jimmy .Kinzer, and 'Tom Nelson also 1>it safely. The >k>n6 Yankee hit was a double by f Rickey Rodger s. •, : The Cedar Pharmacy Red Sox and the Billups Orioles played to a 5-5 stalemate, Monday. Jerry Lackey, Robert Lackey, Ronnie Tobleman, Stephen Belcher, and Mark Fox got hits for the Orioles. Windell White, Jack Cline and Kirby Meyer sparked the Red Sox offensive. , ; SECOND HAL.F STANDINGS NATIONAL MINOR LEAGUE Team Tigers Cubs Yankees Patriots Wolverines Colts Clippers Mustangs 5 2 4 2 1 0 0 0 L 0 0 1 2 1 3 3 4 Pet. 1.000 1.000 .800 .500 .500 .000 .000 .000 Hawks Keep Slight Lead In Minors Doughty's Shell edged, Junemann's Plumbers 6-3 in American Minor League action, Tuc~ day, , .Biff BHttain hit a double and 2 singles' for D*>Ughty's." David Sehnaufer, Mike poughy, Wai-- ren; iBohicheaux, "and "Rortnie Stevens fiit singles. Joe Kelly,'• Mflfe Junemann and Charles Broker singled for the Plumbers. * Green Hawfcs clobbered SUm •i»ey' Pumpers 19-0, Monday. , iSteve Kotlarich doubled and Ralph Feaster, Larry Kotlarlch. Randy Wilkinson. Davy DuBose siogled tbr the Hawks. . Billy 1& Bl^nc g6t the only hit for the 'pum Anights of Columbus W L Crowder's. Funeral H, 88 52 Plasek 4uto Supply 77 63 Roy Menotti Groc. 77 j53 A&R guilders 72" 68 Blackburn Acct. 64 76 I Fredd|e',s Cafe 62% 77.\fe Davison. Reed f 6d 80 , Schramm Jewelry 59% 80y a ' Three game handicap: E. Thol- I cken 150; P. Plasek 143; P. Trost 140; High three games: G. Plasek 611;!G; Plasek 604; M. Van Manen 603. Single handicap: B. Manek 93; F. Plasek 87; F. Lozica 81. Glowacki Golf Tournament Vine GUnvacki's 219 took first place in the championship flight at the Galveston County Junior Golf tournament beld £t Galcq Country Club Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Bonnie Thomas shot 237 to take runner-up. Blake Nelson won the first flight with a 249. Stacey Bender shot 254 for second place. Second flight was taken by Bobby Burton with 279. Kenny Jones shot 283 for the runner- up slot. John Fisk's 368 captured the third flight. Tommy Romano was second with a 376. The girls' ehgmpion was Carlene Hill. She shot 240. The tournament was sponsored by the La Marque Summer Recreation Program. Crow Pitches No-hit Game Dickie Crow joined the galaxy of local hero pitchers by throwing a no-hitter against the Texans as the Braves triumphed 4-0 in Junior Teenage action, Wed-, nesday. Crow fanned 14 opposing batters while walking 3. Gene Smith pitched for the Texans. Mike Hughes led the Brave hitters with 2 singles. Singles were also hit by RicWe Hollohan, Bill Pigg, Crow, and Thorn* as Muir. The Rebels and the Cardinals struggled to a 3-3 draw. RUs^ell McDonald had a double and a single to lead the Rebels. Chester McDanald singled twice, arid singles were hit by Bodie Bdrlun, Bob Antone, and Lynwood Jones. Lloyd Wain&cdlt ted the Cardinals with a double and a single. Singles were h^t by Wayne *. Sparks, Dennis Pesek,'and Wilson. AMERICAN MINOR LEAGUE W Team " Green* Hawks Dqughty's Qtfeen of Peace Big Bear Lutheran Juriema'rin's Sumney -Pumpers ,3 St. Michael's 2 2 3 4 4 4 5 6 6 Pc<. .750 .667 .556 .556 .500 .375 .333 .250 The daylight saving idea seems to be borrowed from the oldi Indian, who cut e a strip off one end of the blanket, and sewed it on the other end, to make 1 it longer. High single: G. Plasek 246; B. Smith and F. Plasek 229; V. ; Glowacki 228. WIT 100K>00D, FfH IVIN BETTfR More absorbe^J More comfortable for many smart women! Suppjhose stockings with cotton-reinforced have air the .qualities that make Supp-hose so rHsy gently support your !e|s, yet took soshedr you can wear them with your most fashionable cjothes. Beautiful all-nylon (just like other ™!rL sheer stockings) with cotton-reinforced soles /19 5 for an extra measure of walking pleasure! m pr. THE MURRAY-GO-ROUN by Tom Murray From the James Saxton, Texas' all-time AH-A'merican running back, was escorted to the edge of matrimony by the same old cast. Quarterback Mike Gotten, Half- b&ck Jack Collins and Defensive Specialist Drew Morris were .ushers as Saxton married Carol Ann Logan, his highsehool sweetheart, at Palestine's First Methodist Church. Abe Martin not only signed His best fullback prospect since Jack Spikes in Camerion's Ernie Bayer. New Frog Baseball Coach Frank Windegger is bursting out all over, sirice Bayer" hit .500 for the Yoe high baseball team. Quick, how many outside Taylor realize Dick Moegle's brother, Bob, is an outstanding scfiool- hoy baseball coach at Lubbock? Or, that LeeRoy Caffey, Texas A&M's great linebacker, had few offers after graduating at less than metropolitan Thorndale? Darrell Royal still reaps harvest from a 1957 decision to install Lan Hewlett, Lockhart'.^ highschool science teacher, as full-time scholastic counselor for his Longhorns. Not a single varsity Longhorn football player failed in either the fall or spring semester ... Charlie Hortenstein, Texas' outstanding sophomore pitcher out of Seguin, will .soon be a father ... Did you know that Clint Hartung, the post-war pitching-hitting phe- riomen out of Hondo, has settled at Stinton, where the one-time New York Giant ended his playing career with the semi-pro Plymouth Oilers? Theu Some More Everybody write' down the name: Bobby Jattcik — everybody except thdse in the Rich- jrnond-Rosenberg area,, or Lama'r "Tech, thai is. You:will be read- g of Bob.by's antics as a Houston Oiler. Outsiders may tje surprised, but folks' who kjfio% ; liiinv are never taken: aback with Jancik's successes-. . . A^-Te,xas review films'-»f'^|^ 1961 season, they become even more convinced 1 of Ite greatness >f Richmond's All.SWC End I5ob Moses. There seems no end. to key pfays involving the talented blond, now property of the Dallas (powboys. Democratic Brazosport High has a Rice principal, Baylor head football coach, Texas line coach and Aggie baseball coach. Former Rice quarterback Virgil Eikenberg is the principal; former Baylor line coach Harclin Cooper is the successful head grid boss and his fine coach is •Tune Dav;s, all SWC-linebacker at Texas in 195.1-52. Then J. B. Carroll, Aggie baseball star, is the new diamond tutor! Greatest of them all, however, is a graduate of Sam Houston State — athletic director Herbert Hooper. Larry Bulaich, the TCU frosh halfback sensation out of La Marque, has been likened Texas' Tommy Ford, he's hard to get off his feet . Bay-town, that great fount college athletic material, »had sophomore aces wild during the past school year. Roy Wolfe was one of two outstanding first-year men in SWC basketball for Baylor. Jerry Walters was the Conference's No. 1 sophomore tennis player at Texas and Jay Smith was one of the top- soph swimmers in the. Texas. Wally Moon, the Aggie Dodger, claims he saw a b^ill hit to left field at San Francisco that ended up being caught by the right-field after it tangled with that tricky Frisco wmd current. How's this for inflation? The St. Louis Cardinal phone bill was $4,000 20 yefar ago. It was $20,000 in 1961 ... Tech's J. T. King calls West Texas, "The garden spot for-football recruiters." . . . Did' you know that Jim Lee Howell, the Arkansas U. star , who made it big as New York Giant coach, is the only man alive who ended up even with Cleveland's Paiil Brown? Howell's Giants were 7-7-1 with the Browns. Nobody but. Jim ere!' beat Brown six titnes in a row. Milwaukee General Manager John McHale. on Houston Colt .45 Ccnterfield Carl Warwick: "That fellow Warwick is a good b e a r-down, firs t-diyision-type player. He. gives you good defense, good speed and pretty good power." Blackie Sherrod: "You know how to tell a happv rnntorcvrl- ist? By the bugs in his teeth, of course. Fussells Announce Birth Of Daughter '-• ) .'•••; fr ", i •. Mr. and Mrs. James M. Fussell, 704 Rosedale. announce the birth of their first child, Denise Marie,; on June 18 at Danforth Hospital in Texas City, She tipped the scales at six pounds five ounces. Her grandparents are Mr. and. Mrs. C. E. Gremillion oi' this city 'and Mrs.' Mamie; Christie of A ; lta Lpm.3 and Abe .FLi.s^fell of Port Arthur. ! County NSA Officers Installed Recently Mrs. Phri-ulene Deals was installed as president of the Gal- vestori County Chapter of the National Secretaries Association (International) Thursday night at the regular monthly dinner meeting held at the Jean L£ Fitte Hotel. Mrs. Connie Pendergast, second vice president of the Te*as- Louisiana Division of the Secretaries' organization, served as installing officer. Othef- officer.' installed with Mrs. Beats XVere Mrs. Dorothy Boyd, vice preai dent; Mrs. kathryn Bradford, recording secretary; Mrs. Eula M a e Winfrey, corresponding secretary; and Mr A. Anna Yows, treasurer. Eugene Pendergast, husband of the installing officer, was ° .!..>'•: .» , . guest. Oak Ridge Doing Record Business • .:••' •:••' • * -' '• "^ The largest single order of radioactive material from Oa)« Ridge National Laboratory has been shipped to Martin Ctm- pany in Baltimore. The strontium-90 pellets wil v be used to power ; a Navy? floatirti weather station. The shipment of titanate pel lets, totaling approximately 2?o, 000 curies, is more than fo^i* times ORNL's previous top snip ment — 50,000 curies of cobalt 60 to the National Bureau "pi Standards in March 1961. The power source was fabricated in heavily-shielded cells 6$ the Isotopes Development Ce|i tfer at the Laboratory. Fourteer pellets, each averaging 120C curies, were loaded into each of 12 inner capsules sealed by welding. These were then placed in.out- er capsules which were ai^o welded. After rigid leak testing, itl^e source was loaded in trie" ator i\t Oak Ridge and to Baltimore by motor Irel Eagles Cling To Half Game lead In Texas Little League to so of A pair of doubles by David Boyd led the Indians to an 8-5 victory over the Missions, this week, in Texas League activities. ; /Wally Deats' double and 2 singles by Bobby Milligan strengthened the Indian attack. Davicj, Jud, Jack Radcliff*,. and Richard Trepholme each singled. John Venzke 'was the big noise in the Mission line-up with a double and 3 singles. Richard Romano added a double and a single. Tommy ! Luikens and Tommy Scott each hit 2 singles. Bill McDonald, Herbert Day, and Jimmy McNamara each had one single. . The Buffs cashed in on a pair of singles by John Choate to nip the Eagles 6-5: Ricky Young, Gary Jone.s and Scooter Turner each singled for the Buffs once. Ray Hone led the Eagles with a triple and a single. Randy House, Dave Connell. and Bill Reid each banged a single. The Missions and the Eagles left the field with horns locket* 4-4. Pitching for the Missions was Tommy Scott. Randy House, Bill Reid and Ray Hone shared mound tours for the Eagles. , The Indians knocked off the tor; and Cats 4-2. '., ."_' ' ,u; . .. Bobby Milligan's double and single sparked the Iu$ans »*• 1^4 . David , Jud whawmed «couple of singles. DouJ^lis clouted by Lee Wilson and lv Deats. Cleh Gates, cliff and Ed Richardson a single. .' .-.' Cliff or Mantzel doubled 'he Cats , Richard Fowles, tv A-hvvorth, Gene !$arHs lohn Gri.srance all sin^jeti. Although, duthit 18-1% Sufi's outlasted the Cats to down a 5-10 pitcher's in the wildest game of the John Choate had a magnifi- eant »>ight at the plate gf^n^ ming 2 triples, a double and a single for the Buffs. Danny C|ift! ford thumped a dduble and 3, singles. Scooter Turner an4 Gary Jones each slapped 2 gles. Singles were hi^ hv les Hueber, Doug BeMamy, Ferugia, and R,icky -\,ouag. Rusty Ashwor.tln rapped 4 singles and Richa Fowles not far behind with 3. Butch Morgan and Joftn Priddy both had a double and a single. Doug Fewell banged 2 singles AM singles were hit' tfy John Btfg* imce, John Jantdek, Don Nelson, Gene Harris, and Mark sin- GALVESTON L SALES; AND LOW OVERHEAD SAVES YOU $$$$$$ NEW 1962 DODGE With Standard Factory Equipment $1796 AND $199 NEW 1962 LANCER With Standard Factory Equipment $1696 DOWN PAYMENTS AS LOW AS $56.14 PER MONTH TOP ALOWANCES PAID FOR TRADE-INS — WE NEED USED GARS — Her t o IHI -II t M I g t ' ' • ' r "• ^y. 723-9th Aye. N. Texas City Ph. Wl 8-1/5:

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