The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 4, 1966 · Page 13
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 13

Baytown, Texas
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Friday, March 4, 1966
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Friday, March 4, 1966 *- 11 Meet Lamar Saturday ~ Ganders Stretch Win String To Two, 10-3 By JOE WHirnNGTQX jMilby, but tacked four more'on a n error by South Houstoni Suo Sports Editor [runs in tiiat column as senior Shortstop Joe Castallano. ] PASADENA (Sp) — The Hob-Righthander Jerry Johnson who! Burch who had an 0-for-three! ert E. Lee Ganders enjoyed a hurled four innings, picked up day while scoring three runs, second inning here Thursday his first win of the young sea- then reached first on another er- Buixh. cf •ror by Castallano. moving Johnon down to third base. going 0-»or-two for the ]day and scoring three runs, theri°J£j»- that even a pessimist would son. mildly term successful, sending; After scoring three runs in 22 batters to the plate and scor-jopening inning via a base-on-1 ing half a s many runs, in a 10-3 b a lls TO centerfielder Ricky] baseball win over the 10-iA Burch, a Seiner's choice l" ' South Houston Trojans. :second baseman Alan Acosta. ar d brin u Russell Late arrivers to the game = throwing error on a ball hit by I Russe u then pushed Burch may have thought that second Jon Russell and a stinging sin- j across wileij Trojan second base- inning more closely resembled. £le to left field by Fred Hand, a relay race, as the Ganders - the Ganders put the Trojan; secured their second win in as:back on the field in four up and many tries. Just Tuesday the three down fashion to open the Ganders dumped Houston Milby.i eventful second inning 6-L i Senior catcher Carl Greene, Against the Trojans the Can--who went one-for-three for the ders equalled their hit produc-jday. opened the inning by strik- tion of six that they- used againstiing out, as Johnson reached first Acosta scored, bringing Hand to the plate. Hand reached first on a field- er's choice decision that forcedjl o a d ed situation by shortstop|Ganders gave up only two hits Russell at the plate, the bases!Dean Littlepage. who went one-]and allowed only one more than Trojan batters fly out, walking remaining loaded with two outs, ffor-one, with a sixth inning sin- Shortstop ftandy Beckman'gle. that Thursday, as Johnson, junior Scott Barringer and Stanley Acosta, 2> ri 3D At> R 3 2 t 0 man Jimmy Sanchez bobbled a ball. Richard Oliver, Gander third baseman who went one-far-two, then drew a walk, loading the bases. All hands were safe on a fielder's choice piay off the bat of ieftfielder Ronnie Anderson and Hand. Ib Rougetxu. IS Beckman, ss Greene, c Downing, c Johnson, p Borrinjjer, » Bishoo. o Totals SOUTH HOUSTON Soncrter, to Alley, It! aYouna, Ib Scvelle, <-i. 3b Congratulations To: TEXAS INDUSTRIAL LAUNDRIES On the occasion of Their Forma! Public Opening WE ARE PROUD TO HAVE BEEN CHOSEN AS ElfCTRICAL CONTRACTORS FOR THIS NEW BAYTOWN INDUSTRY A-ALL ELECTRIC COMPANY Electrical Contractors 414 West Main Phone 582-7912 Houston Phone CA 7-8764 Smith, If Castaltuno, ss Louis, 3£> WomtoJe. rf ; Anderson, p ! White, o ' Martin, p Broy, ph Towls S 1 4 1 o T 3 2 O 34 Ai> 4 T 3 2 1 2 D 3 3 1 *) 5 o T 27 3 1 1 1 0 1 O 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1C R 0 1 o 1 0 o 0 a i 0 0 0 a o o o 3 Ihen walked and Oliver came] South Houston scored once in Bishop hopped upon the Gan- .Jhome on a wild pitch. Greene!the second inning in the formider mound. "slapped a single to bring in an-! of leftfielder Lonnie Smith, wnoj Johnson allowed all three hits ' " ~ ~ on an error byjand all three runs as Barringer, jin two innings of duty, struck Pinch runner Bill Young and'out five of eight Trojan bitters, o other run. jreached ?j Johnson then received a base-:Hand. o.»oa-balls and Burch ended the] I'tiring inning by going out tojSavelle, who both got on on an'walking only one. °j third baseman Charles Savelle'; error by Hand and one by Oliv-i Bishop, a jack-of-ali o' unassisted. trades Ser. scored once each in the third;that can play the infield or out-i one. The Ganders carry their 2-0 record into battle with the tough Lamar Redskins at 1 pjn. Saturday on the REL diamond, in & dcubleheader affair. Big fastbaDer Lewis Boswell is slated to open the first game and the starter of the second game is still undetermined. Like Johnson. Boswell also main- to win." Coach Don Tr*uh«tJt said. "The kifc turned in another good job, but I could tell that there are A lot of things I still need to go over." ofwas 3 E ktcLoaidi-cu. i ^A , ^\f\jt CM. uuvsv. *_&**.* t ^?* u*i- uu* M ; i**u.«. •*.***£ ^»»u_j ««, *^j—.-.—«j. «*. —« '+**inc si i ji*i fGtii 1^& i"ccoird burt The last Gander tally came in'inning to give the Trojans, whoifield as well as do a more than ^^ ^ *^ ing it against the Redskins. "Well, as always, Ten happy 5J! the seventh inning when Acosta previously lost to Brazosport, 5- j creditable job on the mound, finished up in tht seventh in- pushed across the plate i, their total, via a base-on-balls on a bases) Against Milfay hitting theining by havmg three of four Next Week Off- Swim Team Wins Fifth a — Ran for Alley In third Innlna, before replacinc him. LOB — Sayrown !3. Soi--tti Houston 5. SB —Russeii, Ccstoiiono. IP AB H By KOXJOE FLOCHEC!K Son Sports Staff The Robert E. Lee swimming lead as their 200 meter medleyjthe freestyle while Berry wasJToups. Halter) — 2:14.1 relay team composed of Jimmy 'finishing second in 1:06.9. 12. REL No. 2 — 2:27.5 Dunham, Jack Cantrell, Larry! It was downhill the rest of the ,260 M. Freestyle :7 Greene, Burrls. cwi; . R ER Oo team swept to their fifth con-j Toups, and Grant Halter swam; way for the Ganders as theyjl. Hallisey. So. Houston—2:23.2 BB so | S ecutive victory Thursday in a to a 2:14.1 \ r iciory in that event- j duplicated ~ i 'duel meet with South Houston staving off an early Trojan I rally. The Ganders opened an early Baseballers Meet Lamar The undefeated Robert E. Lee (second game, but it is expected that senior catcher Carl Greene will handle second game catching dunes. "I'm going to try to alternate —- «—™ t.- ratchpr-c thsc cpacnn " TVm J <*".». my catchers this season." Don said. "I'm using McAfee with Boswell and Greene with t Gander baseball team, 2-0, will jget what should be considered i their toughest test to date, Sat- iurday when they host the La- jtnar Redskins at 1 p.m. in the j opening of their only doubleheader of the year. "I'm going to try to use alljson." •five of my pitchers this week- Fred Hand will be at first iend," Coach Don Treuhardt said j base, Alan Acosta at second, | of seniors Lewis Boswell, Jerry!Richard Oliver at third. Randy • Johnson, Stanley Bishop andJBeckman at shortstop. Ronnie j j u n i or s Norman Montgomery! Anderson in left field, Ricky iand Scon Barringer- j Burch in center field and Jon ! Boswell and catcher Dennis!Russell in right field. : McAfee are slated as the open- Many alterations can be ex- jing battery, with a dual change! oected in the openins: game of E | coming in the second game.! tiresome doubleheader and a I Treuhardt is still undetermined I host of Ganders should see ac| about the starting pitcher in the I tion. ciory in that event-i duplicated the feat in the next! 2. Robertson, REL — 2:33.2 REL's number two team made (event, the 100 meter backstroke, j 3. Smith. REL — 2:33.9 it unanimous, finishing second in i Jimmy Dunham copping firstjSO M, Freestyle 2:27.5 but couldn't contribute toiplac with a time of 1:18.5 andiL Tharpe, So. Houston — 28.5 the point total because only the 1 Gary Smith second in 1:13.0. (2. Miller. REL — 28.9 first place team scores in thej REL's old nemesis, Hallisey,i3. Toups, REL — 29.0 relay events. jwon the 400 meter freestyle ini200 M. Ind. Meoley The Trojans then began bat-{5:16.0 and sure enough his side-jl. Hallisey. So. Houston—2:47.7 tling back from the early deficit ikick, Tharpe. gragged another 2. Gilbreath. REL — 2:57.3 and had cut the lead to three'; first place in the final open even points, 23-20, with fiv e of the 101 swimming to a 1:24.0 victory' in events still remaining on the; the MO meter breaststroke. 3. Stutts, REL — • 3:01.7 100 M. Butterfly 1. Tharpe, So. Houston — 1:20.1 agenda by sweeping to four con-l However the twin wins werep- Rose, REL — 1:26.5 secutive first places. j on i v mild splashing compared to ' 3 - Ryan. REL — 1:39.7 South Houston's Hallisey and; me " Ganders - most recent efforts i 100 **- Freestyle Tharpe teamed up for th e strong l.^ came far ^^ late to have L Halter, REL — 1:06.1 \ ev winning two].^. ^^^ on ^ e omcome of th€ 2. Berry. REI 1:06.9 jmeet. i 3 - Roche. So. Houston—1:13.0 one of his j 200 meter! 100 ^The Ganders" 200 meter free-j style relay team. Halter. Berry. l£- iToups. and Miller added the fin-!" dividual medlev in E^f^iwajfTf"*? to "V^li ^ Tharpe won the 50 meter free- ££££* 1°!?^ L fee ^ ^^ &>- Houston-5:16.0 I st>-le in 28.5 and th e 100 me ter| soundl " g /- 33 ' 1 ^ m tne fr |2. Robertson. REL - 5:44.4 I — 1:18.5 REL — 1:33.0 >o. Houston Freestyle SPORTS FACTS FROM FALSTAFF I ce*- I > T »- * By Don Faust What's tbe beat »core ever I made for nine holes of golf • in any regular pro tourna- | ment? . . . PGA record i» I held by Mike Soucbak ... * He >et that all-time record | I in the 1855 Terms Open irtuai, I for one 9-hole «x>und, he fired * .a 27. I How cafe or how I one is banting? ... The tumai Shooting Sport* | I Foundation recently compiled I I figures which «how that more * people were hurt last year | I in Accidents in theatre* and | I churches than in hunting! What's the farthest a man I i caja tlirow a football? - - - | There's no official record but one expert says that under I I game conditions the farthest | I a pro quarterback can throw the ball is about 70 yards . . . I I But in practice aeaEions with- | I out any lineman charging , and with plenty of time to I < get set. some passers in foot- | ! ball history «udh a* Jack -Kemp and Kenny Washing--I I tan have been reported as | I being able to throw more than SO yards . . . And some I I players say Rudy Bukich, | I now with the Bears, once threw a ban 100 yards in I I the air. | butterfly in 1:20.1 The Ganders began rebound- : na froTi their early slump \vith [„ . a 1-2 finish In the 100 meter i? e j r freestyle to pull out to a 10-point, i^f 320 ^31-21, lead jinursaay. jnal event. The Gander tankers will trav-l, to Kreeport for a clash chief 12-4A rival |3. Bennett REL — 5:48.7 100 M. Breaststn^e i 1- Tharpe, So. Houston — 1 :24.0 T™-,,^, -*'-• TWmon. REL — 1:24.1 Exporters, next;, CantrcU _ J^L _ 1:244 1200 M. Freestyle Relay Grant Halter broke South!RESULTS: h REL (Halter, Berry, Toups, Houston's four - event winning |200 M. Medley Relav j Miller) — 1:55.1 streak with a 1:06.1 victory in'l. REL (Dunham." Cantrell. 12. REL No. 2 — 2:01.0 I "For Man Six* fteisur* Wa I* Th« On." UNMISTAKABLY AMERICA'S PREMIUM QUALITY BSR- You Are Cordially Invited To The Formal Opening Of Our New Baytown Plant SATURDAY, MARCH 5th 2PJVI Until 5PJM. You, your family, and your -friends are welcome to Inspect our new Baytown facilities. Refreshments will be served. 2101 Walker Drive Baytown, Texas Phone 583-7488 ROB SMfTH ROAD Texas Industrial / Laundries / TEXAS AVHNUE DOWNTOWM 8AYTOWN

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