The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 9, 1966 · Page 11
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W.cfn.iday. March 9, 1966 You Could Lock It Up— Same Ol ST. PETERSBURG. FlaJlined up beside Casey and Edna (AP) — You could lock it up.land Frick began his spiel: From now on it will be right "I want to announce that by Hall Fame there in the book, like Ned in the first reader. OT Case is in the Baseball Hatt of Fame. It really is treeee— mendous. They told Stengel he was gon- na give some fc*M of an award to George Weiss out at the ballpark Tuesday. He showed up a little before noon with his wife Edna and Harold Weissman, the press agent for the Mets. York unanimous vote of the Veterans Committee. Charles Dillon Stengel b now in the Hall of Fame," said Frick. Charles Dillon swallowed once, grabbed his crooked black walking stick and started talking. When you're 75 and you've been in baseball since 1910 and would be yet if you hadn't broke your hip and had to retire last Casey and Weiss had attended j August, you really aren't sur- ornc civic breakfast tor visiting nri «vl at anvihint? baseball people and he was aJi dressed up for the occasion with a neat brown suit, white shirt. tan tie and a b!ue Mets cap. Edna looked as pretty as thej day they were married and ^rt^HalTrf was carrying some fresh red! prised at anything. For years Casey has been saying. "You gotta remember that a lot of people my age are a lott; have been in but never It was all hush-hush. Nobody was supposed to know but everybody, except Casey, did know. Ford Frick. the feUa that used to be the commissioner before they put that general in there, sneaked down from the golf course to break the news. The place was jumpin* with newspaper fellas. The Mets regulars. St. Pete writers, wire service men, radio and television guys with their cameras and tape recorders. And the news photographers too. It was just like it used to be before the World Series. But Ol' Case is used to crowds. The writers eat up that mumbo-jumbo talk they call Stengelese. This was a little more than usual but riot too much to be suspicious. Weiss "When you're alive at the present time," Stengel said,! i"it's a nice thing to know thatj jyou done something in your lifej 'that people thought was worth! [while, [ i "So many men done amazing) 'things it makes you feel regrets j .that four or five others are nots 'in it. I feel sorry for the others i that didn't get in.'' I Now, wasn't that just like| Stengel. He'll be worrying about! the others on one of the big days ] of his life. J Edna was beaming. "This is! greater than winning the World |j Series in 1349." she said. "Kjj couldn't be greater than this at Cooperstown." Edna remembered all about the 1349 World Series because | that was Casey's first with the A&M, Texas, Rice Remain On Early Win Streaks . in three [ a double By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Texas A&M, Texas and Rice continued their early season! baseball winning streaks with victories Tuesday as pitchers! took command. j A pair of Aggie right-handers. | Tommy Chiles and Billy John-j son. tossed 2-0 and J-Q' shutouts at Sul Ross for A&Jvffs fifth and sixth triumphs. Texas won .its "Jifth game, beating Texas. Luth<van 9-2, as pitcher Robert ^ \Vell*, tossed a four-hitter and icnock runs with a. single an at Austin. Rice, trailing 5-Q.?itiir four innings, rallied to beat £t. Thomas 6-5 in 10 innings for/ its fourth victory- Rice reliever Bill Palmer blanked St. Thomas the last six innings. Texas Christian belted Sam Houston 7-2 as rightf ielder Mickey Yates hit a triple, a double and two singles and drove in three rung to lead the Frogs' 14-hit attack. Baylor suffered its first defeat in three games, losing to St. Mary's University 2-1. Chiles limited Su! Ross to three singles in the seven-inning opener at College Station and Johnson spaced five singles in the nine-inning nightcap. Th e Aggies' Billy Grain collected four hits in the doubleheader and batted home four of the seven runs. The Longhorns' Wells struck out six and walked none but gave up a fifth inning home run to Lutheran's Larry Nowotny. Rich Reitz' three-run homer highlighted Rice's four - run eight binning that sent its game with St. Thomas into, an extra frame at Houston. The winning run was>scored with two out in the 10th. St. Mary's Dick Franz lost his shut out against Baylor at San Antonio when he walked the bases full in the seventh inning. A sacrifice fy by Ricky Head scored Gary Watson. St. Mary's bunched a single, a double and a triple to score both its runs in the first inning. Texas Christian won its third: game against one loss at Fort Worth. 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