The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 17, 1966 · Page 13
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 13

Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, March 17, 1966
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1 Ganders 'Worm Up' With Brenham-- Thursday, March 17, f966 li Barringer Or Montgomery Face Decision ^S^rfS!^ l^J^ * to * e ^ W ^1^:^^ ™«? &t.the entire. Gander up only three of tte runs, two of dersoa also h« ««. «nW ,™ «« «.«.K .-...=„_,„.„ .. .. - - .'.' - By JOE Sport. Editor the Robert E. Lee Ganders or lose to the 3A Brenham at 7:30 p.m. Friday in in a warm-up game for the big Austin Tournament It is almost a sure bet that one of two junior pitchers will have a record after the game — Scott Barringer or Norman Montgomery. Each righthander now stands without a decision, and when the hard . throwing Barringer mounts the hill Thursday night he win have the throttle completely out and gunning for the shaky number two starter's pos- ition, going into the 12-4A wars. March 29. All indications point to big! Lewis Boswell (3-1) as being the' number one starter, but a ; search is on for that second j spot. Montgomery, a crafty! curveballer, will probably see relief duty throughout the year and could be the best at this in the district. Boswell has pitched 32 innings and faced 117 batters, allowing only 14 hits. 11 runs, only seven earned and ha s walked only five while striking out 29 batters to post a 1.531 earned run average. This is impressive enough for the number one spot. "I'll start Barringer Thursday," Coach Don Treuhardt said Wednesday. "Norman will [come in and pitch some. too. jThen we'll open with BoswelJ against McCallum in Austin." The McCaBum game is set for 3:30 p.m.. Friday. Montgomery, a control expert that has walked only three batters, and Barringer. who has almost two strikeouts per inning, have records that are very similar. But one will end up with a win or a loss Thursday, probably. SCOTT BARRINGER. JUNIOR RIGHTHANDER. DELIVERS Fa$t-B*II«r Will Start Against Brenham Thursday Shuffle Standings And Get'65 Series Lineup All Over By HAL BOCK Associated Press Sports Writer It's October In Marcn. Turn the Grapefruit League standings upside down and you've got the World Series all over again. Pennant winners in 1965, the Minnesota Twins and Los' Angeles Dodgers are learning how the other half lives this spring. Their combined record is a less than championship 0-11 pace. The American League champion Twins dropped their seventh straight Wednesday, bowing 2-1 to baseball's specialists in losing, the New York Mets Meanwhile, the Dodgers continued to show how easy it'll be to defend their world title without holdouts Sandy Koufax and Don Drysdale by taking a 9-0 thumping from the New York Yankees for their fourth straight setback. The only other winless team is Washington, which dropped its fifth straight. 6-2 against the Braves. Boston and the Chicago iCubs managed their first victories, the Red Sox clipping Philadelphia 5-3 and the Cubs downing Cleveland 3-1. In other games, San Francisco whipped the California An- jgels 7-3, the Chicago White Sox thumped Cincinnati 10-4, St. Louis downed Detroit 4-2 and Kansas City whacked Pittsburgh 12-5. Eddie Bressoud, an American League refugee, drove home the winning run for the Mets with aj lOth-inning single against the 1 Twins. Chuck Hiller started the winning rally with a single and moved up on an infield out before scoring on Bressoud's hit. Johnny Lewis homered for New York and Tony Oliva, making his first appearance of the spring after ending his holdout, drove in Minnesota's only run with a seventh-inning single. The Yankees pounded five Dodger pitchers—none of them named Koufax or Drysdale — for 13 hits in running unp their victory over the world champs. bECOND LEADING HITTER RONNIE ANDERSON Lefrfielder Carries .318 Clip Against Cubs Paul Richards Is Back in Baseball CLEARWATER, Fla. (AP)— Paul Richards returns to the major leagues without missing a beat. The man who was fired as general manager of the Houston Astros in December, joined the Philadelphia Phillies as a scout Wednesday. General Manager John Quinn of the Phillies announced Richards' employment at the club's training camp here. I'm Nof Talking 1 — Clay Ready To Fight His 1-A Classification LOUISVILLE. Ky. (AP)—Cassius Clay, known for fast fists and faster lip. kept a rein on the lip except to talk about the fists as he prepared to appear today before his draft board to protest his 1-A classification. The generally acknowledged heavyweight champion refused to divulge Wednesday night the basis for his protest when he goes before Local Board 47, which reciassified him from 1-Y to 1-A on Feb. 17. "I'm not talking to the press," he said. "I expect to talk to my attorney tomorrow, and we'll decide th<?n what to appeal on." Clay said after his reclassification that serving in the armed forces would be against his re- •jligious belief—in other words, that he is a conscientious objector. He is a member of the Black Muslims, an Islam sect. But J. Allen Sherman, chairman of the local board, speculated that Clay would claim dependency, with the champion citing "either his mother or alimony payments." Sherman said he doesn't think the alimony payments, the S177,- 500 Clay has been ordered to pay to his divorced wife Sonji Roi, would be valid ground for a continued deferment. j Clay said he would be accom-i aanied at the hearing only by lis personal attorney, Edward W. Jacko of New York. 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And the talk sounded j particularly un-Claylike. 'He could take me in 15 rounds," Clay said. "He knocked out Doug Jones, and if people were smart they would compare that fight with my fight against Jones.'" Clay had trouble with Jones, but he finally won a split decision. The March 29 bout originally! was scheduled with Ernie Ter-1 rell. but Terrell backed out aft-! er receiving what he called an! unsatisfactory contract for To- Tonto's Maple Leaf Gardens. Howell's Takes First Niter Play In First Niters League action the Howells Cafeteria team composed of Mary Shook, Mae Wilier, Muriel Harper, Mickey Ostrum, and Elayne Webber combined for a high three game series of 2488. Tomek's Craft team, Bobbie Nichols, Murrei Boyett, Audene Dixon, Lan'l Smith, and Doris Maley finished a close second in the team competition rolling to a total of 2441 pins. Elayne Webber posted the high game for the league with a 212 pin total. Judy Rochelle rolled a 575 for the league's high series. , Barringer has hurled seven innings, faced 26 batters, given up four hits, three runs, only two earned, issued seven base- on-bails and struck out 12 batters. Like Montgomery, his ERA reads at an even 2.000. Norman has pitched seven innings, faced 28 batters, given up only five hits, six runs, only two earned, amd issued only three bases - on - ball and has struck out seven hitters. ' Thus far the entire Gander record of 5-2 has been split up between seniors Boswell and fellow righthander Jerry Johnson. Boswell's record reads 3-1. while Johnson has a 2-1 mark. Boswell's only loss came in a 3-2 Milby game. In losing the effort Lewis gave up only two earned runs after previously beating the Buffs, 6-1. Johnson's only loss of the season came Tuesday when the Ganders were lambasted. 16-3. up only three of the runs, two of which were earned. Leading the Gander hitting into the warmup contest will be senior outfielders Ronnie Anderson and Jon Russell. The lefthanded Russell is swinging the bat with .440 authority to rate as the team leader, with 11 hits in 25 official j trips to the plate. Anderson, a I righthander is hitting at a .318] clip in 22 trips to the plate. An-' derson also has five stolen bases for the year. The Ganders travel to Austin wi»h one of the most important elements of tourney play on their side, pitching depth, tiia: is if it holds up respectively. Treuhardt has Boswell, Johnson and Barringer for starting duty and can come in for help with Montgomery, senior Stanley Bishop and even junior cen- terfielder Ricky Burch if things get extremely bad. But Burch is an invaluable asset to the Gander batting order, hitting in the fourth position and isn't expected to take the mound this year. 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