The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 16, 1966 · Page 9
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 9

Baytown, Texas
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Wednesday, March 16, 1966
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W«dn*sday, March 16. 1966 TBJS GAKDES 440-yard relay team that has clicked off the area's best time of 42.3, at the Border Olympics, is. picked as Coach Beverly RockhoUTs strongest entry in Saturday's bi;j Robert E. Lee Relays, drawing the cream of the track crop. Kneeling, left to right, are juniors Billy Uttlefield and Kenny Fenelon. Standing are seniors Dvvight t>enson sind Bill Askey- Uttlefield has an excellent chance of winning both hurdle events also, while Askey is one of the Gulf Coast's best in the open 440. •ST FOOD SPECIALS 100 FREE BIG BONUS STAMPS WITH PURCHASE OF 4 LIGHT BULBS! ASPIRINS :;;. 59° PEACHES r~ 25< Super—Market 6400 BAY WAY DRIVE KRAFT'S QT. JAR With S5.00 Purchase Or.,More SPECIALS FOR WED--THTJRS.-FRL- SAT. -- MARCH 18 - 17 - 18 - 19th Off To Austin- Ganders Overcome By 3A West Orange leftfielder Ronnie Callahan, hav- ling a four-for-Qve day. By JOE -tYHITTIN-GTON Sun Sports Editor The Robert E. Lee Gander! The top of the seventh result- baseball team looked as though ed in seven more Chief scores, they had reached the top of the ur. only two hits and errors by Empire State Building, via the staircase, before coming out to the REL diamond Tuesday to kick in six errors and allow nine unearned runs in a 16-3 drubbing by the 3A West Orange Chiefs. It was so bad, that about the only thing more ridiculous looking than the Ganders was when West Orange coach walked out to the mound for a conference with pitcher Jimmy Smith, as the Scoreboard glowed with a 16-3 lead. The only attractive aspect of the game was the three-for-four hitting of rightfielder Jon Russell, equalling half the safe hits the Ganders got all day. Russell will journey to the Austin Tournament warm - up with the Brenharn Cubs, at 7 p.m. Thursday in Brenham, with a very attractive .440 batting average. Russell has 11 hits in 25 trips to the plate. Things started off good for the Ganders, as senior starter Jer- Acosta and first baseman Steve Rougeau. Senior pinch-hitter Alan Tomlinson must have felt like he was spirting in the ocean as he got the third and final Gander run in the bottom of the seventh on a solo home run over the left field fence. The Ganders used four pitchers in the loosely played contest, Johnson, Stanley Bishop, Norman Montgomery and Scott Barrington, with junior Montgomery being the most affective, allowing one run on two hits in two innings of hurling. Anderson was one-for-two at the plate and first baseman Fred Hand one-for-two, aside from Russell's and Tomlinson's hits. Coach Don Treuhardt is expected to open the Austin Tournament at 3:30 p.m. against Austin McCallum with Senior Lewis Boswell on the mound. Boswell is 3-1 on the season, rv Johnson who now ha s a 2-1 picking up his latest victory ^ pitching record, struck out two an eight-inning stint against of the four Chiefs to come to against Spring Branch Monday. Beckmcn. ss the plate. The REL team then struck in the first inning when second loading: hitter Ronnie Anderson, hitting .318 in 22 official trips to the plate, led off with a single to left field. Anderson then stole second, his fourth in two days, and second baseman Allan Acosta grounded out to shortstop. Russell then singled Anderson to third and stole second base himself, as centerfielder Ricky Burch drew a base-on-balls to load the bases. Anderson then scored when the Chiefs failed to force him at home on a grounder hit by- third baseman Richard Oliver. In the second inning the Chiefs tallied three times on three hits and an error by Johnson. Things momentarily looked better in the third inning as j HOT^?,' ? Burch scored from third on a; passed ball to bring the score up to 3-2. Burch reached first on a fielder's choice when Russell was forced out at second after his second of three consecutive singles. But things soared out of sight in the fourth, as the Chiefs! notched five runs on three hits and errors by Oliver (2) and shortstop Randy Beckman. In the sixth inning West Orange scored when third base- Treuhardt has juniors Scott Barringer and Norman Montgomery pegged for Thursday night mound duty, each going without a won-loss record. REL Anderson, It Acostxs. 2tJ Russell, rf Burch. cf o— A. Tomllnsoo, ph Oliver. 3b Johnson, p Bishoo. p Montgomery, P Barringer, p i> — McAfee, ph TOTALS WEST ORANGE Srr.lTn. rf Rilev, 36 Thompson, c CaStahan, If Stine. sj Schohn. 2> As 3 A 2 1 4 3 0 2 0 3 1 1 1 1 0 AB e S 1 1 3 ph TOTALS H 1 0 3 0 1 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 a a a a o i H 1 6 4 1 2 0 0 0 a i i it 11 a—Tomllnson homered for SurcJi !n the sevenrh- b—McAfee grounded out to third for Barringer In the seventh. c—Ash reached first on an error for Williamson In the seventh. a —Powell flew out to first for Harris in the seventh. LO8 — Boytown 11; West Oronjje 7. SB— Anderson, Russell. Surcn. WP — Johnson 1. Borrlnger. PS — Downing 2; Thompson 2. HP — Barringer hit Rlley. GANDER PITCHING IP AB H R ER BB SO Johnson 2 10 3 3 2 2 5 Bishop Montgomery Barrfngor : 12 2 12 1 7 man Fred Riley, going two-for- WP — smith; LP — Johnson two singled and was " H "°"'-^^~y^r *_& >, .1 across by a triple off the bat of! Koufax, Maloney Can Quit According To Club Brass FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — What can Sandy Koufax and Don Drysdale of the Los Angeles Dodgers and Cincinnati's Jim Maloney do if contract negotiations remain at their current impasse? Quit. They can go to work in another industry or they can retire, but they cannot in any way get another job in what is termed organized baseball — the major leagues, the minor leagues or any other parties to their various rules and agreements. Koufax and Drysdale, as well as Maloney, and other holdouts as Juan Marichal of San Francisco, ara bound to the clubs they played for last year by baseball contract, which contains the unique, much-dis- cussed and highly controversial reserve clause. Under the reserve clause, each player becomes the property of the team he signs with until that team relinquishes rights to him, either by trading him or giving him his release. If the team does not wish to let the player go, the player must sign with that club in order to play organized baseball. He has no other recourse. 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