The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 17, 1966 · Page 14
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Thursday, March 17. 1966 ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. ;AP) — Wes Westrum is the >nly manager in the long history of baseball who can become success by finishing Four Y^ears In I0fh — sts Success In Ninth a rousing linth. After four years in 10th place .vith Casey Stengel, newest .member of the Hall of Fame, the New York Mets hope to perform the Little Miracle of Flushing Bay by evacuating the National League cellar. When the Mets won their first exhibition game in Florida it Buoyed by the power in the bats of Kenny Boyer and Dick Stuart, Westrum has become a positive thinker. "I'm not goi ng to be a lOth-place manager," said the man who took over last July 26 after Stengel suffered a fractured hip and was forced into retirement. "We're thinking first divi- good start there's no telling how far vou can go." The subject was switched quickly to personnel before Wes got around to claiming the pennant. That is the way things go in spring training. "We have a little more power sion." said Westrum. As the 1965 Mets wound up •/as the first time they ever had j high, von an opener anywhere. A new] "We vorld record, said Stengel, who .vatched in his new capacity as vice president. with a 50-112 record, 47 games off the pace and 36 games out of fifth place, Wes really is aiming hope to catch Houston and Chicago and St. Louis," he said. "Baseball is a game of momentum. If you get off to a Secret Financial Report On National League Due MILWAUKEE (AP) — Attor-'quent boycott of Milwaukee as a neys in Wisconsin's antitrust m ajor league city. baseball hoped to rVlim ,. pl held a two-hour con- suit against reach agreement today On the admission of secret financial information on National League LEE DRIVE ball clubs into the record. Until they agree, the state Counsel ference Wednesday in Judge Elmer Roller's chambers on the confidential financial reports. Afterward, Judge Roller announced that more informatioJi required from accountants BAYTOWN LITTLE LEAGUE MAP SHOWING TRYOUT SITES AND AREAS cannot rest its case. But it appeared likely that this would at last bv accomolished todav.. - . . That would bring'baseball to bat wh ° have *»*". examining the on Fridav for the presentation I material which is under the protective custody of the court. He said the needed reports would be obtained overnight. Some 234 exhibits offered bv of evidence in defense of the National ers. Lorry Brill Top Individuol -Ju nior Pin Tourney Over The final res', ults for the sec- impionship tour- son and Brill finished only four j pin total. Boys division leader girls handicap singles with a ond annual nament of chu the Baytown - La Porte Junior B * wiing Association have been i > osted team event with a total the charge 5 followed by 60S, Jimmy The winner of i * was the Groucht s » of 2431 pins. Larry Brfll le d with a 639 serle. George Hanson, Brown, 588. The Bay Lane H< ~x. >ds came in second in the team event with a 2,300 total. Laura Warren ai 16 ' Jan Sinclair won the girls do ubles with 1138. The off the pace with a 1238. Sharon Boyd captured the girls handicap singles with a 670 pin total and Richard McCaughey duplicated the feat in the boys division rolling a 638. 596, and 1"-; wkin Smith, a combined series c f twosome of Judy B.rc okes Cheryl Wheeler finis bed pins behind with 1193 . In the bovs division of doubles event, Jim Brt >wn and 1223. Kenny Mangum capt u. red thei Novella Hanson led the ferns title with a 1242 total w and five the the high was Brill with 1385. Sharon Boyd and their divisions in scratch series with 505 and 546 respectively. The Nightfighters came out on 354 while Terry Howard tipped Brill led the pins for a 356 and the winning total in the boys division Sharon Shook won Boyd came back to record!top of the team event in the two more wins before the completion of the tourney with victories in the scratch singles, 505 series, and in the handicap all events, 1817. Hanson and Brill led the field in the boys division of the scratch singles ending the competition tied at 510 pins apiece, best total in the all events with 18S7. Nancy Young recorded the high scratch game in the girls division of the tourney with a 139 and Brill paced the boys in ' h: lie Han-'in all events scratch with a 1425 Vegetable. Plants Tomatoes Peppers Egg Plants and Others 10 BIG BOY HYBRID TO'IATO PLANTS 20c BEDDING PLANTS Plant Now Whu'le The Time Is Rig.ht • Petunias • Peppers • Snapdraggons • Aiyssum Many Others ORTHO UP-START Transplant Insurance Liquid fertilizer for transplanting with important root hormone. Gets plants off to a fast, healthy start. Stimulates root growth of ornamentals, shade trees, fruit tree s, bedding plants, and all plants . . . economically! BAYTOWN IFEED AND SUPPLY CO. 305 N. MAIN 582-4380 Bantam division. Mike Spann, 280, Dick Duse- bury, 319, Beau Holcomb, 87t and Webb Holcomb, 256, corn- Dined for the winning total of 1242, six pins ahead of the Surfers w 'ho recorded a 1234. Sharon Shook, Carolyn Tucker, Sue Sublett, and Larry Shook composed the Sufer foursome. In the doubles event, Wynelle Hanson and Ann Moravits teamed up to win with a 693 total in the gitls division. Jerry Mongiello and Kenny Tyre won the boys division with a 665 total. Cynthia Langley rolled to a wide margin in winning the scratch singles, 254, both and the thi handicap all events, 964, in girls competition. Danny Webber took th scratch singles in the boys com petition with a 293 and Howard came back to win the handicap all events with a total of 1053. Sue Sublett ousted Shook from the lead in the scratch events with an 8189 while Garj Langley posted the best total fo the boys with an 839. Sublett posted the hig scratch game with a 166 pin to tal in the girls division and Web her rolled a 188 for high gam among the boys. Sublett completed her swee with the girls high scratch series, a 297. Hoicomb's 317 rep resented the best for the boys Gander Swimmers Face Tough Brazosport Team Robert E. Lee's swimmers | triumph over pre-season favori! travel to Freeport Thursday for Pasadena Rayburn, while the what they hope will be a favorable preview for next week's district swimming meet. This clash between the aquatic powers of 12-tA has been shaping up all year with both teams compiling undefeated records against district opponents heading into the contest. The Exporters have only one blemish on an otherwise perfect record and that blemish came at the hands of Houston Westbury who squeezed out a two point victory over Brazos- port. That loss, however has been offset somewhat with a surprising Brazosport win over the Rice freshman team. The Exporters head into the Ganders were resting their fins after five consecutive weeks of competition. Manpower is Brazosport's main problem having only 10 men on the team and further hindered by the injury of one of their stalwarts, Randy Crosley. Crosley is ailing with a food injury suffered against Texas City and though he will probably complete against the Gangers, his performance is not expected to be up to its usual winning level. The dual meet will get under way at 6 p.m. in the Brazosport ryout Dates Set : or Baytown LL baseball Program Two dates have been set for the 1966 Baytown Little League tryouts, along with three differ ent locations for tryouts. Saturday has been designatec for boys 8-12 years old and March 26 has been reserved for those candidates who are nine and 10 years old. Each boy is asked to report to one of three different tryout fields, corresponding to the area in which he lives with the map that designates the West, Central or East Little League area. All East League candidates are to report to player agent Warren Foster at the Ward Road Park. All Central League Hopefuls are asked to report to player agent Clint Carrell at the Lee Drive Park, and those living in the West League area are to report to agent Greg Davis at the Lakewood park, located in a .vooded area behind Wooster Baptist Church. Tryouts for 12-year old hopefuls for the East and Centra] League will begin at 8:30 a.m., while the 11-year-olds start a1 W a.m. All eight - year olds of both leagues wiU begin their tryout period at 11 a.m. Saturday. East and Central nine - year olds will report to their respective tryout areas at 10:30 a.m. and all 10-year olds are asked The financial issue is an integral part of Wisconsin's case gainst the senior circuit stem-1 Judge Roller after nearly two -ning from the Braves' move to I full days of frequently heatpri Atlanta and the alleged conse-i arguments- League and its mem- Baseball Results Major League By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wednesday's Results Boston 5. Philadelphia 3 San Francisco 7. California 3 Chicago. A. 10, Cincinnati 4 Chicago. N. 3. Cleveian dl St. Louis 4, Detroit 2 Kansas City 12, Pittsburgh 5 New York, N T . 2. Minnesota 1, 10 innings New York, A, 9. Los Angeles 0 Atlanta 6, Washington 2 Friday's Games Atlanta vs. New York, A. at Ft. Lauderdale , „, ^,_.— Cincinnati vs. Boston at ^'in-. s h are right with ._TT - I. _«_ £ »-« T?»*f f *S with Stuart and Beyer to go with Ed Kranepool, Ron Swoboda and Jim Kickman." he said. "Now the pitchers cant work around our good hitters and get the weak sisters." Obviously. Westrum has laudable motives. Stuart a 2S-horser. 95 - RBI man but a .234 hitter and Mr. Stonefingers in the infield has been acquired from the Phils to play first. Ron Hunt, recovered from the shoulder separation that put him out most of test season after making the All-Star team in 1364. is the second baseman. , ,_ Roy McMillan, the steady 3s- vearidd shortstop, and Kenny Boye-- who will be 35 in May, round'out the infield. Boyer. of course was the AH-Star third baseman for year's at St. Louis but slumped to .250 last year. To make room for Stuart. \Vestrum has moved Kranepool to left field where he will platoon, with Swoboda. who hit most of his 19 homers before the Mi-Star break. Hickman will be in center and Johnny Lewis will i . ? _i_~ ...;»it /~*l*w-ir* -Tr>n(>*: ter Haven Houston vs. Kansas City at B ington Los Angeles vs. Baltimore at Jones, a last Miami back from Buffalo for chance. With Al Jackson traded to bt. Louis, the pitching is thin and i a_*ksui<^> ( ~*»~~ x ^, young back of Jack Fisher who New York. N, vs. St. Louis at!j o£ ., mO re games, 24, than any St. Petersburg the state were accepted by at Tucson . „ i pitcher in the league Philadelphia vs. Detroit at j ac k Hamilton il2-10 at Syracuse) a refugee from the Detroit ifornia at S yslem, and Dick Selma 2-1''. who struck out 13 Cleveland | September game, Lakeland Chicago. N, vs. Palm Springs San Francisco Braves in a are other Chicago, A, vs. Washington at Pompano Beach starters. Fifth place? Well, mayoe ninth. Maybe. San Francisco. pool, seats One - hundred have been set additional up to ac- big clash fresh from a 62-23; How crowd. commodate the expected over- to meet at 8:30 a.m. West League eight - year oids will report to their tryout site at 8:3Q a.m., March 19, while the 11-year old boys are asked to b e there at 9:30 a.m. AH 12- year old candidates are requested to be at the West League park at 10:30 a.m. West League tryouts for thej March 26 group will start with; the nine - year olds at S:3G a.m., while the 10-year olds will start at 10 a.m. Director Charles G. Donnelly wishes to remind all interested boys that all those who were in the minor leagues last year must try out again to be eligible for either a minor or major league team. The Little League playing season opens My 9. 129-Per son Staff For 25th REL Relays Aside from being one of the biggest and best track meets in. the entire state, the Robert E. Lee Relays, set for Saturday in' Baytown, is also one of the smoothest operating. This well-known fact can be attributed to the large staff of co - operative personnel that shares a hand in running it off. This year REL track Coach Beverly Rockhold has 129 volunteers, counting 70 student helpers, working as one unit in running off the meet in various capacities. "The staff of help is something that makes the meet go." Rockhold said. "Like Woodrow Whatley." Rockhold continued. "He's probably the best starter in the state. And people like Roy Elms and John Sylves[ter have helped me since the imeet started. I "I would just like to thank everybody that used their own time to help us make the Lee Relays one of the best," Rockhold said. Refree — Elmer Gray Judges: (1) Roy Elms, head judge (2) Jim Bailey (3) Truman Cox (4) Tom Hendrix (5) Eddie Gray (6) Doug Stewart (7) Carl Young (8) Brfuce Ramsey (9) Dave Tracht (2) John Adams (3) Eldon Berry (4) Frank James Clerks: (1) Pete Sultis, head clerk (2) James Ellis Announcer — Dan Stallworth Assistant Announcer — Barry Nettles Starter — Woodrow Whatley Zone Judges: Zone 1 — Durwood Ratliff, Timers: 1 (1) John Sylvester, head timer Baytown Bowling Team Hits Austin The "Bob Beverly Realty-Insurance bowling team will travel to Austin Saturday, March 13, to participate in the 31st annual Championship Tournament. The Texas Women's Bowling Association sponsors the yearly event. The team includes Sissy Jones, Mae Cole, Shirley Sherman, Margaret Johnson, and Nancy Wilkerson. These ladies will be competing in the doubles and singles events March 19 and in the team event March 20. The tournament has 1,920 team entries from all over the state in this year's gathering. Beverly's team has already won the Class A division of the Baytown Women's Bowling Association Tournament. BUYS ON THE Donny Branson, David Dudley Zone 2 — Jay Bollinger, George Perkins, Benny Moskowitz Zone 3 — J. W. Gammel Oz Hughes, James Savell Assembly Clerk — Ronald Kudla High Jump — John Russell Discus — Robert Kalbitz, Ron Kramer, Bill Barnes Shot Put — Jack Conway, John Gibbs Pole Vault — W. H. Hinkle, Bill Hinkle Broad Jnmp — Lawrence Casey, John Petrash Master Technician of Hurdles, Blocks, and Suite — Kevin Lounsberry Scoreboard — Kyle Alexander No. 1 CAR FROM THE Awards — Ron Kramer. Spud Kramer, Paul Bill Kern Coordinator of Queens — Mrs. Mary Beth McElroy, Mrs. Mary Brown Coordinator of Records — J. M. Richards Statistician — Kenneth Martin Running Scores — Mrs. Drew Dunlap Communications — Mrs. Paul Bill Kern Typists — Mrs. Barry Nettles, Mrs. J. W. Richards, Miss Carolyn Baker Check-in Station — J. E. 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