The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 2, 1966 · Page 10
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 10

Baytown, Texas
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Wednesday, March 2, 1966
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Wednesday, March 2, 1966 11 Rap Out Six Hits- Ganders Open Season With Milby, Win 6-1 By JOE WHTTTINGTON I that is four or five too many Sun Sports Editor ; after the Ganders took a 6-' The Robert E. Lee Ganders opening win over one of the haven't had but four or five Bayou City's best here Tuesday peeks at a baseball diamond; It could b e that the confines since the rain set in with the:of th e REL gym had the same practice season, but th e Hous- effect on the Ganders that a ton Milby Buffaloes now think. greenhouse ha s on plants, for REL Ganders To Visit South Houston Troans The Robert E. Lee Ganders, Such an event this season would picked to finish a lowly fourth mean the end of one of the short in the District 12-4A baseball est winning streaks in history. will go in search of their sec- a bit tor Thurs- ond win in a s many tries at 4 da >" affair, opening on the mound p.m. Thursday when thev visit vvltn senior righthander Jerry the South Houston Trojans. Johnson and using senior Carl Tuesday the Ganders opened Greene behind the plate. the season with the right com-- Fred Hand will be at first bination and a 6-1 win over the base, Alan Acosta at second, Milby Buffs of Houston. Richard Oliver at third, Randy Last season the Ganders host-'Beckman at shortstop. Ronnie ed the Trojans the second game Anderson in left field, junior of the season and ended up on Ricky Burch in center field and the loose er >d of a 1-0 decision. Jon Russell in right field. GANDER RIGHTFTEXDER Jon Russell sprints across first base, looking for more running room in KEL's 5-1 win over Milby Tuesday. Russell was held to a single through the middle in this segment of third inning action that led to four Gander runs. Texas A&M Pulls Into Tie For SWC Wif h Baylor Win those four gray walls have beenlthird inning for their total, whileisaid following the game. "Thejfive days of work. And this was wound up with the win. five ofjed the *""'»g when Burch flied} Montgomery, who coded the zi*f>n mnr» often than the preen!senior hurler Lewis Rnswell and hittine and the oitchine looked our first eame and Milbv's sec- the nino Gander strikeouts for out to third and Acosta w«^rrt''eame with four strita*nttt* »i. seen more often than the green i senior hurler Lewis Boswell and ;rass and sunshin. junior aspirant Norman Mont- Whatever the reason, the Gan-jgomery limited the big Milby 1er hitting and pitching began!bats to only two hits while blossoming early, as the Gan-j Gander timber crashed for six. ders struck twice in the second inning and four retne, c osweii, o Mont-jsmerv. o Tern's MILBY Strothers, ss Rsed. !f BenOrook, cf Hilton cf Stevens, Ib Horrls. rf Breoieoie, 3O PITCHER Lewis Boswell wheels and flres to Gander first baseman Fred Hand in an attempt to pick off the alert >Blby baserunner. The throw ended up a little late to catch the Buff napping in this portion of season opening ceremonies for Coach Don Treuhardt's Ganders. Title Fighf- State Of Illinois Has Two Choices Open Athletic Commission, in a growing cobweb of legal obstacles, apparently is left with two alternatives in another i I ior Clay and ensnared a problem. Terrell becomes hitting and the pitching looked real good, and I'll have to admit, I was surprised. "The pitchers haven't pitched off a mound but two or three times and the hitters couldn't have gotten more than four or REL Burch, e ACOS1O, 2> unieeose. 2> Russell, rf Tomlinson. rf Oii»cr. 3& Anderson, if Hunt!. It) Rous«cu. Ib Beckman. ss , Julian, 2b ungblsod, ArnoSd, p Hcrdner, p Totals AB 4 3 1 n f 1 2 1 0 1 J I 1 1 20 AS 3 3 3 3 2 •> 3 1 0 0 I 24 LOB — REL 7; Milby 4. PB — Manger 2. IP AB H 3osweH 4 13 l Monigor.ierv 3 11 1 Arnold 3 )2 5 Hardner 381 W — Boswe"!; L — AnwW . R ER 3B SO 0 0 1 5 1 o \ t 6 6 5 0 0034 ^-e-fip Saytrinni <ruit &POR- our first game and Milby's sec- toe ond. jfour inning's work, allowing no "Milby's coach. Lonnie Rich- >run s, on e hit and one base-on- irds. said he expected pitching balls, shot a single through short- letdowns." Treuhardt said "But' st °P to push both Hand anc he said he was surprised that= Be c kman across the plate, his hitters didn't do better. Hej Centerfielder Ricky Burch, said they had been murdering !«*<> went O-for-4. and Acosta, the ball.'' who went one - for - three end- The Ganders looked harmless enough io the run column at the bottom of the scorebook after the first inning, for there was a big zero pasted on there, despite a big off - the - wail double by second baseman Alan Acosta in center field. But 6-7 first baseman Fre djTinstman has under"considera- Hand lined a single through thejtion today a suggestion by May- middle to open the second frame or George Shirk that a city-op- and shortstop Randy Beckmanjerated shooting range be estab- City-Operated Shooting Range Being Considered OKLAHOMA CITY. Okla. (AP) — City Manager Robert followed with a base - on - balls to put two men on and the Ganders on the race track. Senior catcher Dennis McAfee lished. Shirk, concerned about many bullet-punctured road signs, observed that public dragstrips sacrificed each man a base to had reduced car racing on city bring up the double - trouble- streets and reasoned that a some Boswell. Big Lewis, who eventually "Even if all objections can be cured," said Clark, "there still ,. , emergency meeting today re- rimental to FTIT^rt tw.-- *Vin r^*^o*-?f»™ 1*1 i*r t%-«»f-» ' ^^ is the burning issue of acts det- garding the Cassius Clay-Ernie Terrell fight. They are: 1. Outright cancellation of the scheduled heavyweight title bout in Chicago March 29. 2. A time-consuming public hearing- delving into the possibility of renewing fight licenses for promoter Irv Schoenwald and for Clay and Terrell. mission holds a hearing — and it is required if plans to hold the fight in Illinois continue — it will then be up to the commission to determine if such a fight would be in_the best interests of th e public of Illinois." Section 23 of the Illinois Sports Act provides that a licensee "shall be a person of good land stable moral character not Illinois State Attorney Gener-! likely to engage in acts detri- AUSTTN, Tex. (AP) — Texas rammed across six runs in the last two innings Tuesday to beat Sam Houston State 9-3 and sweep a two-game baseball series. Texas won the first game 13--8. Texas managed five unearned rung ° n seven Sam Houston errors. Gary Moore and Don Johnson led Texas with two hits each. DALLAS (A) — J. W. Davis homered and Bob Bohren pitched a one-hitter as Southern Methodist beat Austin College twice Tuesday. Davis' 330-foot clout was the only run as SMU won th e first game 1-0. It took the second 2-0 behind Bohren' s air-tight pitching. al William G. Clark, in a six- page directive to chairman Joe Triner of the commission, in essence said new licenses would have to be approved. He pointed out that another mental to the public or to honestly conducted boximg match- "The issuance of a license tojsity Tuesday. HOUSTON (AP) — R. J. Nitsche's two-run double and three unearned runs gave Rice a 5-0 victory over St Thomas Univer- participate in a boxing match is a privilege granted by the State ilook must be given to Terrell i of Illinois, it is not a right," said I after the New York Athletic i Clark. "I affirm the right of an By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS to 273. The latter surpassed his j Commission refused to grant i individual to hold whatever be~Bi~ John B»aslev scored 3T'° WT1 schoo! record of 261 re-i him a license on the grounds j liefs he may choose. There are TV . i _r' < . ,_H notured" i a rebounds i 50 " 11135 set last year ' i** 1 he once had associations j few restrictions or limitations Tuesday ni^ht 'o lead Texas! Randy Matson grabbed 11 re-i with Bernie Glickman of Chica- on the right of an individual to A&M to a = S5-"8 victory over I bounds and scored 13 points to [go, alleged associate of hood-(publicly express these beliefs. Bavlor" and "bring the "Ascies!SJ ve Beasley support as the Slums. j "However, freedom of speech back even'with Southern Metho-! Aggies ied all the way except Clark said another look must j or expression is not the issut, dist ir. the down-to-the-wire i for being tied in the first minute. De given to Clay because he j here. The narrow points of the Southwest Conference basketball j Texas Tech whipped Rice SO-j "has made statements that he j inquiry ar e these: race ! 74 buc satv its chance s of evenj Was unwilling to serve in the j "i. Whether Mr. Clay's state- Each team now ha* a record! sharing second place go out the j Armed Forces o{ th e United ments relating to the draft indi- of 10-3 with one <*ame to play—I wuldow - Tech had been knocked j States, and would take action toicate a present intention to vio- Texas A&M against Arkansas!?« ° f * Cha ^ t ^,f ^ p !^^! a ™ id at Fayoncvillc and Southern i^^^^ c^;^ Methodist against iexas Tech; _ . j' - nigr.i. !promote since there are somej "2. Whether Mr. at Dallas, both Thursday night. If they win and tie for the championship, there will be a 1-game playoff at Waco Monday night to decide which enters the NCAA regional tournament. ! Clark jmade a draft." said a look : Schoenwald's license to i mental to the public. (late United State Selective Serv- be j ice laws and is an action detri- ! Terrell's ., .. _ I technicalties involved such as statements before the New York I OU l\nOW/ j expiration of his license March i Athletic Commission, and its 122, a week before the fight, and j rejection of his license applica- Jim Pagliaroni's 17 home-runs j expiration of his bond March 9. Ition, indicate that his Ulinois in 1955 was the best one-season Renewal of the license for [license should be further re- Beas!ev"s showing was one of ! total by a catcher in the longjSchoenwald, who has held one!viewed by the Illinois Commis- the outstanding of the season as!history of the Pittsburgh club, in the state for 32 years, is aision.' the big Aggie ran his scoring j The previous high was 15, hit by -------- J to 624 points and his rebounds 1 Bill Salkeld in 1945. simple procedure. I But the other look at licenses \H CITIZENS SAVINGS Earn From The First axei or x»es ue naa sum One Of Three Women Deer Hunters Got One AUSTIN (AP) — One out of three deer hunters in Texas' public hunts on wildlife management areas bagged a deer, says the Parks and Wildlife Department. The totals for the past season were 2,144 hunters, 725 deer killed. The highest percentage of success was in the Sierra Diablo area in Far West Texas where 57 of 81 hunters got a deer. It was the opening game of the season for the Owls. Ray Hooten, who pitched 2-hit ball for 3 innings, was the winner. SEGUE*. Tex. (AP)—Baylor opened the baseball season by edging Texas Lutheran 4-2 in 16 innings Tuesday. John Bevii t the winning pitcher, worked the last three innings and got out of a jam in the 15th when Lutheran loaded the bases. SAN ANTONIO (A) — Hefty hitting by Lance Cobb, Billy Crane, Mike Arrington and Allen Koonce carried Texas A&M to an S-2 victory Tuesday in the Aggies' baseball season opener. Pitchers Tommy Chiles and Billy Johnson limited Trinity to seven hits. DENTON, Tex. (AP) — Ken Roach won the No. 1 singles and Roach and Charlie Williams the No. 1 doubles Tuesday for Texas Christian but North Texas State won the tennis matches 5-2. AUSTIN, Tex. won three of (AP) — Texas four singles matches and both of the doubles Tuesday in opening the tennis season with a 5-1 victory over St, Edward's. K3LGORE, Tex. (AP) — Tyler and Kilgore play for the north zone championship of region 14 junior college basketball tonight. Tyler beat Jacksonville 10689 and Kilgore edged Lon Morris S3-81 in the semifinals Tuesday night. ANNOUNCING . . . Mr. Ken De Long is now associated in the capacity of body shop manager with LUMUS BAYTOWN DODGE. Mr. De Long's 21 years' experience »n estimating, claims adjusting, and body shop management enables him to render prompt, efficient and accurate insurance estimating to your vehicle. 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Harris then scored on a close play at the plate when Oliver, trying to force him on a ground ball hit by third baseman David Breazeale, overthrew second er Ronnie Anderson beat out ajbaseman Dean Littlepage, the bunt to put men at first and j ball being retrieved rightfielder second, plate. bringing Hand to the i Alan Tomlinson. Montgomery then struck out Hand reached base on a field-'catcher David Manger and had er's choice and Beckman walk-}second baseman Bill Youngblood ed to bring Oliver across thejfly out to left field to ead the plate. !_.._. McAfee, who ended up for - one. then singled to bring (that we can't win them all if Hand and Anderson in and push [we lose this one." Treuhsrdt Beckman on to third base. i happily laughed and said. Boswell took a base - on-balls Thursday the Ganders journey j Ganders" first game, one-i "I told them before the game and Beckman later scored on a to Pasadena to visit the South wild pitch and Burch ended the {Houston Trojans in another 4 inning by flying out to left fieM. The only Milby tally came in the seventh and last inning. p.m. match. They then host the Lamar Redskins at 1 p.m. Saturday in a doubleheader. Pre-Season SAVINGS! DRASTIC REDUCTIONS OVER LAST YEAR'S PRICES! SUPERLINE Conditioners MODEL RF610D 230 VOLTS 8.9 AMPS 1800 WATTS NOW! ..the size you need ... at the price you want MODEL RF708B 230 VOLTS 8.1 AMPS 1750 WATTS MODEL RD808B 230 VOLTS 8.7 AMPS 1760 WATTS MODEL RD908B 230 VOLTS 13.0 AMPS 2750 WATTS Efectric Room A3r Condition*™ "COOL CASH" REFUND OFFER MODELRD108B 230 VOLTS 16.0 AMPS 3600 WATTS BTU/hr. 218 BTU/hr. 258 BTU/hr. $ 278 BTU/hr. $ 319 806 WEST TEXAS 583-7416 GOO EAR SERVICE STORE

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