The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 2, 1966 · Page 9
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10 «* Wednesday, March 2, 1966 Phase Three— Wisconsin To Start Prosecution Of Case Gander Tankers To Host Trojans The Robert E. Lee Gander swimming team will go in search of their tilth consecutive 1966 victory when they host the South Houston Trojans at 6 p.m. Thursday in the REL pool. Story Of Cazz/e ftusse/l- From Baseball To The Court MILWAUKEE (AP) — Wis- cansm was expected to begin prosecuting its antitrust suit against baseball today as the trial moved into phase No. 3 following a rapid series of developments that brought the case sharply into focus. • The state planned to begin introducing testimony and questioning witnesses in an attempt to prove that baseball violated Wisconsin's antitrust statues by moving the Braves from Milwaukee to Atlanta. It was not known what witnesses might be called but it was learned that Bill Veeck. a former secretary-treasurer for the Braves, has been subpoenaed to testify. The way was cleared Tuesday for th^ trial to proceed when legal fencing over 1SS documents the move of the Braves was authorized by the National League because of poor fan support, financial losses and a hostile press. Willard Stafford, special counsel for the state, countered in the case." his opening statement that the Braves were moved because "some young men borrowed too much money and had to make money in a hurry to stay in baseball." He said he was asking Circuit Judge Elmer W. Roller to order man Act the Braves returned to Milwaukee "screaming or otherwise," unless or until the National League assigns a new franchise to the city. Stafford also said he would ask the court to find that the antitrust law s have been violated by the National League and had ordered the Braves to play C^ 0 ^n Kramer's tankers catch with a baseball at Ctuca- the ^^eason inAUantaIn ^ve taken fiv e consecutive Dis-!s° s Carver High School when the 1966 season in Atlanta, fa,^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ fa ^jLany Hawkins spotted him. ^ ^ ^ _^^ process of trying for a sixth.! Hawkins, a teacner and bas- introduction of ^any"~evtdence | Against what i s expected to bejketball coach, watched a while, "material to certain issues in tougher competition against the!Then he pulled the kid out of a ANN ARBOR .Mich. (AP ) iby The Associated Press Tues- The 14-year-old kid was playing day. denying the motion, the court noted it was not precluding later likes of Brazosport. gym class. Judge Roller also denied a|. Just 1 , ast Thursday the Can- "You're not going to get a m »,- *„ ^4« ™ .. »-J der tankers dropped the S a m scholarship plaving baseball," motion for adjournment until j Rayburn Texanl " July 1 and a motion to restrict' trial issues to the basic allegation that the move of the Braves at violates Wisconsin's Little Sher- occasionally a distracting cir jLee Russell Jr., named College jcumstance previously. "I hardly know what to say." said Russell when told of his selection while student-teaching at an Ann Arbor school. "I'm grateful. I hope I'm deserving of such an award," Russell, who became the first player in Michigan history to score 2.000 points Monday when the Wolverines whipped Iowa 103-88. was quick to change the subject from himself to the team . :Baseball's Player of th e Year! "I just hope we can win the home Hawkins told the boy. "Let's try pool for their fourth straight. ,basketball." Kramer is expected to have) The boy, who still has ambi- additional seating for this meet, 'tions to play baseball, is Cazzie Big Ten, and we're working real hard on that," he said .adding: "Then we can go for the big prize — the NCAA." Russell has made All-Big Ten, and All-America, but Michigan has never come closer than second in the NCAA title run. Russell's a sure bet to be the No. 1 selection in the National Basketball Association player draft this spring. But under NBA rules, fie will most likely wind up with the poorest team, either New York or Detroit. Russell has other ambitions. including teaching, coaching, i fault with his 6-foot-5^4 inch su- and radio broadcasting. His 31 points against Iowa' Monday gave him 2,029 for j perstar. 225-pound. 21-year-old senior asked Strack what to three varsity years at Michigan, work on during the summer aft- The old mark of 1,725 was heldier his junior year. by Bill Buntin, now with ihe| "Just show up next fall," Pistons. Russell also holds the mark 694 so far this season year with two games to go. But his value to Michigan's! basketball fortunes intricate. Coach Dave thinks Russell should more, but can't find are more! Strack shoot REAL GOOD BUSINESS S120O ca«h plus 9004 credit plum 2 hn. p«r w«K can pouibly make you $20O per "">. •tartina very fir.t mo. Factory «et« everything up. Write giving pnone No. to dept. 11-A. Box 83O1, Unlverul City, Calif. to be presented in evi^ceT £» '««"*«* «*.*? «**H nally ended. ! tures be ordered against the de-;| There, before a packed room experts and a jury box filled with reporters, the opposing I fendants. were ^ ^ ^ er developments: — ^^ opposing legal teams agreed that the closely guarded! f!^™?^J? a .^_? e * °^ g salaTy secrets of the lb National,, denned the League clubs involved would bejl kept fit>m public view by clear- j| attorney for ing the court room when such! issues in the ease. Earl Jinkinson. the Braves, said Wisconsin's suit could "lead to the utter destruction and ruination" of the sport and "could be the death knell of baseball." Jinkinson said the "court cannot effectively order them (the Braves) back to Milwaukee," Questioned the jurisdiction of the court in the case and said figures are used in arguments. — Judge Roller denied a series of motions offered by National League attorneys, including a request by baseball attorneys to amend their answers to the state's complaint. Defense counsel had tried to get before the court rulings by Georgia and Texas judges who »t> A> O Mantle, Ma thews Report For 15th Big League Year By DICK COUCH Associated Press Sports Writer Mickey Mantle and Eddie Mathews, two of baseball's premier sluggers, have checkec into spring train! ng bases for their 15th major league fling. Mathews can't wait to start swinging. Mantle will have to. The Atlanta Braves welcomed Mathews at their West Palm Beach, Fla., camp Tuesday anc the 34-year-old third baseman promised to be in playing shape before the end of the week. "I just need to run for a few days and get tuned up a little bit, and I'll be ready to go," said the left-hand power hitter, who stands sixth on the all-time home run list with a total of 477. Mantle, seven days younger than Mathews and four homers behind the Braves' veteran, arrived at the New York Yankees' base at Fort Lauderdale, Fla., signed his fourth consecutive 5100.000 contract and then cast a shadow over the homecoming party. "I don't know if I can start the season," he said, explaining that his recent operation was more intricate than had been believed. Mantle said surgery on his right shoulder, performed Jan. 25 at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester. Minn., involved inflamed tendons as well as the removal of a bone chip. "It'll take longer to get in shape than if it were just a bone chip," the injury-plagued star continued. "But, if I hadn't had the operation, I could not have played." He said he hopes to be able to play by the end of the training season. While Mantle's extended absence dampened Yankee pros-, pects for a comeback from last year's sixth-place finish in the American League, Minnesota's AL champions were heartened fay the apparent resurgence of second baseman Bemie Allen. The former Purdue quarterback, who lost his second base job two years ago when sidelined by knee troubles, has been the early surprise of the Twins camp. He credits a winter conditioning program for strength- j ening the knee, which was operated on last year, and hopes to regain his 1962 form, when he hit .269 for Minnesota. The Giants signed first baseman Willie McCovey to an estimated $40,000 contract, leaving Ditchers Juan Marichal and Bob Shaw, and outfielder Jesus Alou outside the fold Ken Harrelson signed with the Athletics and Manager Alvin £>ark set goals of 30 home runs and no R.BI for the big first baseman. The Red Sox announced the signing of four slayers, including outfielder Yastrzemski, while the Orioles were cheered by the arrival of outfielder Boog Powell, who reported at a trim 241 pounds. Houston Finishes First Full Scale Workout Plan COCA. Fla. (AP) — Houston Astros Manager Grady Hatton, deprived of his first full scale spring workout earlier this week by heavy rain, ordered forenoon batting practice and pitching for his 53-man squad today. The National League club went through its first heavy after waiting three hours for th ediamonds to dry from Sunday's ar«l Monday's downpours. Dave Giusti. Claude Raymond and Chris Zachary made the best showings of the 13 pitchers •who took to the mound. Pitcher Jim Owens and third baseman Bob Aspromonte be- Keep Up With Sports In The Sun came official holdouts, Hatton j said after hearing nothing fromi. the two players concerning their!I contracts. RENTACAR! M tow as (5.0* per day THAD FELTON OF SAYTOWN CA »47I1 (HMUtM) Baseball Coverage For 1966 Greatly Increased On TV ST. LOUIS. Mo. — The Fal-jl staff Brewing Corporation, whoj helped initiate baseball 'radio i coverage back in the '40's and television coverage since 1953, will co-sponsor a minimum 33 color televised games during the 1966 season, including the All Star game and the World Series. Standby games have been scheduled for the viewer's added pleasure, in case of a rained out game. If playoff games are needed to determine the winner of ither the American or Na tional League pennant, these games will also be telecast. The maximum number of color games to he brought to the an this season is 36, depending >n the length of the World Series and excluding possible pennant race playoffs. These same games will be heard on radio throughout the baseball season. Aside from Falstaff, co-sponsors for the many games on tap are the Gillette Safety Razor Co., 'Chrysler Corp. and the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. The schedule, to be carried on NBC colorcasts, will be named later and win include the most attractive games throughout the. season. WE ALL AGREE! WE FOOD-SHOP HERE FOR Thanks! to our many friends and customers for your patience during our remodeling and enlargement of our store. We are getting ready to enlarge our parking facilities. Thanks. M.C.LYONS. Biue Plate Mayonnaise NBC Crackers Qi. Bti. Lb. Box 49c 31c NBC Graham Crackers Geisha Sliced Pineapple 2 .Lb. Box No. 2 Cans 33c 49c GERBERS BABY COTTON WEAR SOCKS-SHIRTS-TRAINING PANTS CRIB SHEETS BUY! 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