The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 11, 1966 · Page 8
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•fc* 9am Friday. March I!, 1966 Now Visiting Port Arthur-Ganders Learn While Losing To Buffs, 3 By JOE WHITIXSX5TOX ! Sim Sports Editor ' The Robert '£. Lee Gander baseball team learned a few things here Thursday while hosting the Milby Buffaloes — you can't make "costly errors, you can't have mental lapses while running the bases, what it feels like to come to bat in the last of the seventh inning and what it feels like to kse that first ball game. Hoping that Thursday's les- soas have left an impression on his Ganders, REL Coach Eton Treuhardt watched his Ganders make up two runs of a three- run deficit and lose their first game of the season, 3-2, to the ililby nine, who finally experienced the feeling of that first win. Gander senior Lewis Boswell and Buff sophomore Horace Stack hooked up in a seven-inning pitching duel, resulting in one insignificant REL victory — occurred. | Centerfielder Gary Harris then the hit department, despite the.and this is when the big erro^with the first run of the game, fact he brought his record to 3-1' " ' *''* ^ «..__.-*_, and the Ganders' to 4-L The Ganders had sever trailed to the extent that they even had to take their cuts in the seventh Stevens strided for third on'drew a base-on-balis and catch- Breazeale's single and Gander |er Donny Evans then sacrifice rightfielder Jon Russell threw a bunted each man down a base, perfect strike into the waiting Heaving Breazeale on third and inning before but due to a sec-hands of REL third baseman]Harris at second. ond-inning lapse they desperate- Richard Oliver, seemingly hav-j Milby shortstop Tom Strotners truu uuuu & »uI""-. — J «- i__j _..„„<>_ „,.» nff K,«r a • th»_ m-j.-lo firsit «aff> whl1f> ly stood there Thursday, Struggling for one little run. ing the lead runner cut off by a I made first safe, while mile. But Stevens slid into Oliv-i bunting Beazeale in with the _" , . . _' „;__ er and dislodged the ball from second run of the day. The second inning saw _mne! «£* ^ men ^ ^ . Buff hitters stride to the plate and produce three painful runs, unknown to the spectators at that time, enough to ice over the win. After Boswell had struck cut two batters and witnessed one ground out to first in the initial inning, he faced havoc in every form in the next. B'jff first baseman Rocky Stevens held hittless in three at- bat's in the Ganders' previous 6-1 win over Milby, started things off this time with a single to left field. Third baseman David Brea- BoswelToutpitched him, 5-2. inzeale then singled to right field LIQUOR SPECIALS Imported _ Canadian Mist Scotch *** «* Tam-0-Shanter Scotch «»• «h* Vat 69 86.8° stb ! Sandeman 8 yr. old *>» &* ' Private Cellar Bond i<x>° eth 1. W. Dante Bond i<x>° ou» 3.7i Ancient Age «>• «»!" 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Ganders got a rally started with] a single by senior pinch-hitter Stanley Bishop after Greene had j struck out and shortstop Randj Seckman had walked. Beckman then went to third | on Bishop's single, but Bishop tried to stretch the maximum single into two bases and -.vas thrown out, giving the Ganders neir second out. Gander leadotf man and cen- terfielder Ricky Burch then grounded out strongly to second ror the thir out that may "-ave been the blow to drive Beckman across the plate. But what should have been in the fifth inning turned true in • lie sixth, the Ganders' got some runs, two of them. Second baseman Alan Acosta led off with a single, stretchingwalked and Greene hit first b> it to two on the throw. RusseJl reached first and sen 'Acosta to third when secont baseman Rezoffi hobbled f. ground ball and Oliver flied ou. to third base. Acosta scored when the Buffs j forced Russell out at second j trying for a double play on An- ;derson's infield ball. When the •smoke cleared, Anderson stood on first base. •vay of a fielder's choice anc srror on the second baseman that scored Anderson and the Ganders' second run. Tomlinson and Greene the: advanced to third and secon- respectively on a wild pitch anc shortstop Dean Littlepage weni down swinging to end the ral!> with two on. Sophomore pinch-hitter O. E {Downing singled to open the i Anderson went to second when {desperation seventh inning, in- pinch - hitter Alan Tomlinson; juring his knee and bringing GANTOER SBCOND BASEMAX Alan Acosta loses his hat as he singles to lead off a Gander rally in the sixth inning of their first loss to the Milby Buffs, 3-2. Acosta later scored the first Gander run and Ieftfielder Ronnie Anderson scored the last run in the same inning. l^—^tfhk^^^u^lku^^^^Qh—i^^H^i^u^^**^^^^^—^^^^^^*-^^^^^* ^ ^ ^ ^^^^^^^^^^ Barbers Hill's Kilgore Is All-State Basketballer No. 1 60S Pork at K-MART No. 2 4706 Hwy. 146 AT CEDAR BAYOU 389-8561 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Five seniors, led by Sam. Tipton of state champion Gruver, make up the Class A all-state high school basketball team se- j lected by the Texas Sports Writ- [ers Association. Tipton, who scored 1,830 points in two seasons, received 107 of a possible 119 points in ijthe balloting. Other members of the first i team are Joe Kilgore of Bar| bers Hill, Mike Morrow of Honey {Grove, William Toliver of iWoodsboro and Olden Johnson of Celina. The second team is made up of Kenneth Robison of Central, Guy Humphrey of Spring, Robert York of Fairfield, Forrest Laughlin of Orangefield and Roy Myersof Marbl e Falls. All are seniors except Humphrey who is a junior. Selected for the third team were Charles Patrick of Quitman, Robert Proctor of White Oak, Thomas Bamett of Huntington, Joe Milton of Wolfe City and Richard McMrevy of Big Lake. 11th Inning Win — Astros Beat Minnesota By HAL BOCK iBoyer and three airtight innings! opened the Citrus season. The American Minnesota League I wiped out a 6-0 Houston lead but Associated Press Sports Writer .-by Bob Friend, making his first defending Johnny Keane's new-look j appearanc-e in a Yankee uni- j champion Yankees were ferocious enough;form. to pass for the oldtime variety as baseball's spring training!. _ _ . „ _ . .. exhibition season got under way. j Roger Marts and Tommy Tresh.jrun homer powered Cincinnati's .'I The Yankees, playing without j bowed to the Astros in 11 in- lt j e ; n ttle s j xt jj inning ;| power hitters Mickey Mantle,! rjings 7-6. Leo Cardenas' three- j tne R e d s past Kansas Don Mincher had three hits including a home run for the Twins- Cardenas' homer broke a 2-2 and lifted] Norman Montgomery on as a >->inch-runner. Bureh then flied out dee-,' to center field, Acosts flied out deep to left field and Russell snded the game with a deep fly jut to center field. Bishop and Downing led the 'iittin? with one - for one, Burch got one-for-four. Acosta one-for-four and Greene one-for- three. The Ganders visited Port Arthur at 4 p.m. Friday, throwing Johnson at the Yellow Jackets. But first impressions can be-Sprayed 11 hits off four Wash- deceiving. The New Yorkers, \ ington pitchers. Both Pepitone perennial champions American until last League season. won their first five exhibition games a year ago and wound up with their worst regular season record in 40 years. So don't blame Keane for not getting too excited about Thursday's 7-4 victory over Washington that featured two-run homers by Joe Pepitone and Clete Baseball Results SLACKS CASUAL DRESS . . . WASH'N WEAR YOU WILL FIND THE PERFECT PAIR OF ACTION PACK SLACK FOR ANY OCCASION IN OUR WIDE STOCK OF SPRING AND SUMMER SLACKS ... ALL SIZES TAILORED TO FIT ANY SIZE MAN IN ANY COLOR OR SHADE. CHOOSE YOURS NOW . . . STA-PRESS LEVI DACRONYCOTTOX DRESS WASH-X WEAR ... DACRONYWOOL roo P9S r.95 TO 12 95 TO Q95 ir SPORT SHIRTS FOR SPORTS ... FOR DRESS ... For Casual Wear . . You will find a new spring short sleeve sportshirt here that is tailored to fit the occasion ... In a multitude of new spring shades you will find shirt-jacs . . . Velour with buttons or lace up front With or without collars . . . Surfer Shirts . . . Sport Shirts. What ever your need . . . You will find it here . . SPORT SHiRTS SHORT SLEEVE _ SOLIDS - PLAIDS BOTTON DOWN - IVY LEAGUE . IVY LEAGUE 4 00 coo TO °° 4'- To VELOURS 9 « £95 TO MAX Shop Our Store For Al! Your Spring Wardrobe Needs. BAYTOWN By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Thursday's Results Cincinnati 5, Kansas City 3 Houston 1, Minnesota 6 New York, A, 7, Washington 4 Chicago, A, 4, Boston 3 Cleveland, 1, Mexico City 1, tie, 5 innings, rain Saturday's Games Milwaukee vs. Los Angeles at West Palm Beach. Cincinnati vs. Chicago, A, at Sarasota Houston vs. Washington at Cocoa, Fla. New York, N, vs. St. Louis at St. etersburg Philadelphia vs. Pittsburg at Ft Myers Chicago, N, vs. California at Palm Springs San Francisco vs. Cleveland at Tucson New York, A, vs. Baltimore at Ft. Lauderdale Kansas City vs. Boston at Bradenton Detroit vs. Minnesota at Lakeland md Boyer connected in the fourth inning against Frank Kreutzer. Friend, acquired in a winter trade with Pittsburgh for righty Pete Mikkelsen, worked the first three innings and limited the Senators to three singles. John Orsino and Ken Hamlin homered for Washington. Four other exhibition games 5-3 victory over Kansas City. The Chicago White Sox shaded Boston 4-3 and Cleveland battled to a 1-1 tie with the Mexico City Tigers in a game halted after five innings by rain. Jerry Kindall, playing at first shot came off i~s*.. City. reliever Aker who had just taken over for Roland Sheldon. Three Cincinnati pitchers — TOTAL!"'' Sammy Ellis, Jim O'Toole and j Jack| H< > rris - - Svaris, c base, hobbled Walt Bond's Dom Zanni — limited the A's toj three hits. The White Sox scored the win- bouncer, permitting bonny _Jack-, fourth ning run against Boston on a son to score Houston's winning inning run against Minnesota in the; jTom McCraw swiping home. llth inning. Vandy Assistant — Don Knodel Replaces Rice Owls 1 Carlisle Rookie Bill Voss. who stole two bases, broke for second and Mc- for home with two out the fourth and th e maneuver j g a ^ stock , L _ gosweiiVr . sixth. j b—B-shoD sing'ed 'or Soswet! in th* fifth. c—Downing Sm3!er3 for Boswe'l in trie 3—.V.on'gomery rcn for Downing in the seventh. e—HiltQi struck OUT for Strothers Srt ttie seventh, f—.v.unger grounded cut to trie pitcher for LOB — Bcvtown 7; Mi!by J. SB — Stro- tners. JBreo;ea!e. V.'P — Stoti;, Bosweil. PITCHING IP AB H R £R SB SO 7 23 2 3 2 3 7 ) 5 worked. Ever had BEER-BECUE? HOUSTON (AP)— Rice, which won only two Southwest Conference games in two seasons and had a string of 28 losing games, went to the Southeastern Conference Thursday for a new basketball coach. George Carlisle, 37, resigned after three seasons and Don Knodel, 34, of Vanderbilt was named to succeed him. Knodel has been an assistant coach for five years at Vanderbilt, which won 22 of 25 game? this past season and ranked eighth in The Associated Press poll. Rice won only one conference game in each of the past two seasons, beating Baylor each onference an S-6 record and was 15-9 over-all. In resigning. Carlisle said he has no immediate plans for the future. He said, "W e were not able to make the progress that any coach would naturally want to make. "I do feel that the program is in better shape now than it was when I inherited it. We 'lave known all along that a cou-| pie of bad seasons from a won ind loss standpoint could not be| prevented." Carlisle became head coach after John Frankie died. He had served one year as Rice fresh- time and finished last. It was]man coach after 14 years an 89- (0 victory over Baylor last Feb. 18 that ended a 28-game losing streak for the Owls. a 1-22 record and 2-22 the The Owls had the past season year before. In Carlisle's first _ season, 1963-64, Rice tied for j third place in the Southwest Midwestern Is Chosen For Part In Conference WICHITA FALLS (AP)—Midwestern University is one of four schools selected to take part in a Conference on the Civilization of India in midsummer. The conference is for schools which have or are considering a program in non-Western studies. Named to attend -v=i e *-»-) Travis White, Midwestern pres-!team selected by the Texas ident; Dr. N. W. Quick, vice!Sports Writers Association and One All-Tourney Selection On 2A All-State Team By THE ASSOCIATED PKES Only one state tournament team landed a player on the were Dr.!Class AA 11-Star basketball high school coaching His over-all coaching record was 350 victories and 117 defeats. "My ony regret has been the idea of leaving on a losing season," Carlisle said. "But then I examined my over-all record as a basketball coach and decided that this wasn't so bad." Knodel had a 76-31 won-lost record as a high school coach in Ohio before going to Vanderbilt. The Commodores won their conference in the 196-J-65 season and lost by two points to national finalist Michigan in the NCAA playoffs. BEER PARTY U.S.A. It's chockful of ideas for decorations, entertainments a«<! recipes for the roost fan party of all. Send for it today! Get the recipe in this FREE GUIDE to I •"" Beer Party/USA U.S. BREWERS ASSOCIATION. Inc. / 535 Fifth Avenue, New York. N.Y. 10017 I'm interested in bear-becue. Send me my free copy of Beer Party/USA. Name_ Street, City -Zip. State_ UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. 905 International Ufe Sldg., Austin 1, Texas president; Dr. William Whipple. head of humanities program; and Dr. John Carson, chairman of the history department. The meeting will be on the estate of industrialist Cyrus Eaton in Pugwash, Novia Scotia. | SPORTS FAQS | FROM FALSTAFF i 1 I By Don Faust Almost all big league baseball stars got their start by first playing minor league I first playing minor league ij Terry Don R ball . . . But did you know 1! ah, 6-3. senior, there are several top players "I Teddy Gillur that was the crew that won the championship—Lake Worth. Teddy Gillum, the Lake Worth star, received the third highest vote of the committee. Junior Brigham of Commerce j drew the top total, 77 of a possible 95. Terry Don Richardson of Quanah ranked second with 74. Gillum had 69. Others making the team are j Tony Watson of West Rusk and Ronnie Pierce of Post. Pierce, the only junior, made the third combination last year. He averaged 29 points per game. Richardson averaged 31 points and 23 rebounds. Watson had an average of 29.S and twice scored more than 50 points. Brigham j hit 26.5 points per game, got 18 rebounds and averaged 50 per cent from the field. Gillum was noted for his great rebounding. The first team : Junior Brigham, Commerce, ! 6-5 senior. j j Terry Don Richardson, Quan- there are several top players today who never were in the minors . . . Sandy Koufax, id Dick Groat are some of the men who Al Kaline and Dick Groat never spent one minute play- |l ing minor league baseball. 1 We've all looked at a base- > ball home plate hundreds of I times . . . But most people • I for some reason, miss this m i question . . . Can you remem- I ber if the point of home plate • I faces the pitcher or the i catcher? . . . The point faces I the catcher. • I What's the farthest south • any big league baseball team | ever went for spring train- I ing? . . . The Yankees hold the record . . . For part of their spring training of 1946, [ the Tanks went to Panama . Teddy Gillum, Lake Worth. 6-0. senior. Tony Wtason, West Rusk 6-2%, senior. Ronnie Pierce. Post. 6-3. I junior. "For Man Six* Pleasure This Is Tho On." UNMISTAKABLY AMERICA'S PREMIUM QUALITY BEER. The second team: Butch Dotson, Rusk, 6-4, senior. j Bob McKay, Crane, 6-5. senior. Ronald Pope, Needville, 6-3, senior. Charles Stewart, Kenedy, 6-2, junior. Jess Young, Fredericksburg, 6-8, junior. The third team: Jim Hewitt, Del Valle; Steve Jordan. Katy; Fedo Garcia, Lyford, 5-5, senior; Bob Bradford, Dimmitt, 6-2, senior. i i | Duck Blinds Nixed I HOUSTON (API—Duck blinds have been outlawed at Lake Houston. The City Council approved an ordinance banning the blinds. The ordinance was patterned after other ordinances prohibiting shooting of firearms within the city limit. Headquarters for his. sportswear the Country Trio for Country Cousins and City Slickers Dress for the occasion and whateer the occasion, you can rely on the Country Trio by h.i.s. The smart jacket has a 3-button front, flap pockets, breast welt pocket with pull-out handkerchief, hooked vent, lapped seams. 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