The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 20, 1956 · Page 16
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
March 20, 1956

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 16

Publication:
Location:
Baytown, Texas
Issue Date:
Tuesday, March 20, 1956
Page:
Page 16
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 16 article text (OCR)

Page 16 STfjir .Hsijlmmt Tues'day, March' 20,1956 No Pressure, New Marks In Gulf Coast Relays? Say Dons Of Win Sfreak SAN FItANCJSCO -HI)'-— The pressure of carrying a 5S-pun« winning streak isn't bothering tfttr University of San Francisco Don casrers in the ]<i.'ist, Coac-h 1'hil WoHpcrt said Tuesday, "We liavp no more pressure apparent now (ban we did «t this time laM jrar," said Wool- perl. "We were being pointed for Uion and we are being 1 pointed lor now. "But this year we nre. the champions ami it is «p to them to knock «s olf." Woolpert sai;l his team would Srrt one final workout in Ttios- Any before leaving for Evanstoii. Hi., whore the Dons will lanjrle with Southern 'Methodist in the semi-finals of the. KCAA championships at Northwestern I'm- varsity. DRIVE THE BIG NEW Studebaker Gander Records In Danger At Freeport Two, and possibly three, B&j town records at Freeport's Gulf Coast Relays arc in immediate danger in Friday's j-^vp.rtfh running of Herbert Hopper's meet. The pair were sec only 'last spring as Leo turned out its greatest track team Jr. history , . . the mile-relay and mite-run. Beverly Rpckhold's mile-relay foursome., which later smashed the world record, with a 3:17.9 clocking, eased through no competition at Freeport. in 3:25.S, for a new record. Now Lamar's fine foursome threatens to better that but a year later. GETTING RID OF THE KINKS Visit Our New No. 5 Store Nest to Back Turner Chevrolet Co. SUM-TEX 5—Package Stores—5 SPECIALS FOR TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY mmmm Bourbon 7 Yrs. Old. cJ6 I'roof ...5th Case of ,21 Cans 3 3 29 29 STORES TO SERVE YOU 5 STORES TC l— ",302 Main. »—13 N. 2—S3E W. Klin. Commerce 4--3S13 M!irVc« St. -113 N. Main 5 STAR in the major leagues for 10 years, Ferris Fain, first baseman, gets the kinks rubbed, out of his shoulder in Pasadena, C&lif. i Fain now is player-coach of the Sacramento tffivm. He won the, A.'L. batting crown twice. < ' ' Dayton Picked Over Xavier In NIT Quarterfinals Play NEW YORK —UP— TaU, iop- seeded Dayton is a prohibitive choice -to %vailop a Xavier team bereft of its best his: man Tuesday TRADES DAY SPECIALS IN MEMS' WEAR FAMOUS U.S. KEDS BASKETBALL SHOES Boys' Sizes 2'/2 to 6 REG. 5.45 Men s Sizes 6 ! /2 to 12 REG. 6.50 Group of Famous Name SHORT SLEEVE Our facfory assorfment of new Sprfng sporf shirfs In both slipover snd button front styles. Choose from cottons end rayons in solid:, iutonc-s end checks ... including this season's newest colors for men. Regular 3.95 to 4,95 OO Trades Day Only Lfmif—3 to a Customer MAX BAYTOWN The Sforc of Pcrsonaffreo 1 Service night in the basketball quarterfinals of the National invitation Tournament, but third-Seeded St. Joseph's is only even money against Seton Hall. The quarterfinals grot tmdenvay with one surprise Monday night as short, scrappy St. Francis o£ Brooklyn upset fourth-seeded Niagara 74-72 in overtime. Then second-seeded Louisville made the form sheet look a little better by -using its great height and bench strength advantages to trounce defending 1 champion Duquesne 54-72 before a crowd of 6,250 at Madison Square Garden. The Dayton-Xavief winner will tackle St Francis in the semifinals on Thursday, and the SL Joseph's-Seton Hall •winner will lace Louisville. At this point, the experts still believe the seedings will hold true In that Dayton and Louisville -will tangle in the final round on Saturday afternoon in a game to be nationaily-televised. Dayton, led "by seven-foot Bill Uhl, carries a 23-3 record into Tuesday night's fray and appears to have much too much height for Xavier (17-10). This seems more likely than ever, now that six-five Dave Piontek has been dropped from the Xavier squad. Piontek was banished because he -violated the team's curfew after the first- round victory over St.. Louis. Six-six Hank Schmidt probably will step into Piontek's shoes, but he averaged only 6.6 points per game where Piontek's average was 15.0 and the exile also was the team's top rebounder. St. Joseph's (21-5) .ordinarily would be the favorite in the other game because of its seeding, but Seton Kail (20-4) gained in esteem by its 96-78 first-round victory over dangez-ous Marqueite. \Vcst Adds Two Stars KANSAS CITY—UP— Art Bur.te of Utah and Bill Logan of Iowa were added Tuesday to the West squad for the anr.ua! East - West Shrine game here March 26. Newest addition to the East squad was Julius McCoy of Michigan State. A third player named was Jim McLaughlin o* St Louis. The West squad has signed Pachin Vicens o£ Kansas State. Daliss Dobbs o' Kansas and P.obin Freeman of Ohio State. Lamar r«n A 8:24 at Ijvrwlo and a S:io flat"at the Lee Relays, Friday night, in as cold * weather «,« March .18 could jrencmtc. Last spring Lee's Bubba, Hawkins toured the mile in 4.-40.S to snap the Gulf Coast record. But that mark is being threatened by not one but three men. SWG Nines GeiSetfor League Race By UNITED PRESS Southewest Conference Baseball teams began their last week "or practice competition Monday with, three out of five teams winning exhibition game. Southern Methodist plays Sam Houston in. Dallas Tuesday in an attempt to win its eighth "straight game. The Mustangs so far have the best practice record in the Jtop. Conference competition begins Saturday, with the University o£ Texas favored slightly. SMU edged Sam Houston 2-1 in 12 innings, Texas Christian downed the University of Oklahoma S-2, JGnnesota beat Texas 125, Texas Lutheran spoiled Rice's opener 4-0 and Sul Ross whipped Baylor 13-1 in Monday's, games. Ganders - - (Continued From Page 15) and Riley slid in with the winning run. Les Greathouse set down the Ganders, one-two-three, in the last inning insuring Texas City its Cinderella victory. Baytown took a 1-0 lead in the third when Oviedo singled and raced to third on a sacrifice bunt by Charles Esterak that fetched a low-throw by Roberts. Oviedo scored on Porter's.sharp single to left Li the fifth Leo tacked on another run as Second Baseman Bobby Sanders reached first on an error and scored on Porter's tremendous triple to left center. Texas City cut the 'a<?vantage to one. 2-1, in top of the sixth, when Surratt blasted a liner down third- base. Miles knocked it down beautifully, recovered but threw wildly down the right-field lino. Surratt raced all the way to third before the ball was retrieved. He came in to score when Right-fielder Eddie Padgett's roller was muffed by Porter at shortstop. Monday morr.ing the Lee nine fielded almost flawlessly as Vegas cut down, "the heavy-hitting Pasa- denans. never allowing a man to reach second base. Not until David Sedler punched a sharp-liner into the hole at third- base, leading off the last inning, cfid the Eagles get a hit off ice- water Vegas. He struck out nine in his seven-inning stint and only four men reached f irst, one by a walk, one by a pitch, an error and Sadler's single. In the Texas City contest Lee outhit the Stingarees, 6-4, and out crrored them 6-3. The Ganders banged seven hits off losing Pasadena pitcher, Ed Burke. Baytown jumped 1-0 ahearj of Pasadena in the third when Oviedo singled, took second on Esterak's sacrifice and kept going to third when the bag was uncovered. Vegas grounded sharply to third, Oviedo scoring. Lancaster and Oviedo scored to send Lee 3-0 ahead in the fifth. Lancaster singled, went to third on Oviedb's double and was squeezed in by Estorak. Oviedo scored on Vegas' single to right. Lee made it 4-0 in the sixth when J'orU'r reachwl fir.«t on an error, was sacrificed to second by Charles Mills, took third on another «rror and came home on Ted Dodd's single to renter. Adams will open the South Part; game with Dodd behind the plate, Oviedo at first. Sanders at second, Miles at third and Porter at short. Mills, Lancaster and Esterak will patrol the outfield. Lamar's Barnett Garrison has done a 4:35, Port Arthur's Johnny AVulker won the Lee Relays with •l:3S.2 and Hawkins* teammates, Jerry Mabry, and Jimmy McLean have been around -i:-tO several times. Norman Adams' discus record, 150-3 U inches, set in 1953, may be safe, but it too could go by the boards. Lamar's Jim Allison, Who shattered the Lee Relay shot-put record with a 54-1H heave, has been sailing- the discus around 150. licairun's Milarn Schverak Is another discus twlrler around tlto By JACK SORDS TAKE FLIES DOWrt BEFORE SPITTING THEM CUT. MAW ORV PLY RSU6RM6M , AMSS IMS. BIS CW6S BECAUSE TUS/ .SfRiKTg TOO SOOM. ALLOW TMB FISH A Sf40KT RUM eSFOHS SfRIKIMG • TUETiPCP A FEATHER IS BETTER THAN A BCUSrt POP. TOOCtWG UP. C.HiPP=C SCOTS' O) S£3 BAMBOO I?OPS ATTACH YOUR TACKLE BOX TD TM6 SCAT V/lTH A STOUT COCD. IM THE £V£MT OP AM ACCIDENTAL. UPSET >OU CAM RETRIEVE >t>UR BOX EASILY BE SURE YOUR TACKLS Box is FIRMLY CLOSEP WMEH MOT IM USE 150 murk. Lee's TiUntiln O'BrUm, throwing- (ho platter JTor the first time, hits been uround 135 feel. Allison scorns 11 certainty to smash Holing Jimmy Somct'S' shot- put record, 53-3Vi inches, set last spring 1 , Schverak and Loo's two heftics, Bill Finch and Prentice Bod And Reel Club Picks final Brass : Final mooting; for election oC Bayshore' Rod, Keel and Gun officers will bo held Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the VVO\V ,H«!J on East Texas Avenue. An added feature of the, meeting will be a wild-game stew served to everybody present after the business meeting has' been held. , ' , The meeting; is specifically being held to elect » board of directors and two remaining secretaries, ' . Approximately 1300 members have already joined the club, dedicated to conservation of all. wild game that there may be plenty in the future. Two Americans Advance ALEXANDRIA, Egypt — UP — Bob Perry of Los Angeles beat Robert Becker of Great Britain and Fred Kovaloski of Washington. D.C. downed Orlando Siroia of lUUy Monday to advance to the quarter finals of Aleknndrias's International 11- n n i s tournament. Perry defeated Becker 7-5, 6-1 and Kovaleskl downed Siroia 6-3, 6-3. Davis, have all been over 50 feet. Port Arthur, Baytown,"Reagan, nnd Pasadena again are attempting to bloclc the path of Bert K'iv- ell's great Lamar team, winner of both the Border Olympics and Lee Relay .titles; Afternoon preliminaries tuut evening filial*, bejciniilriK nt 7:30 •p.m. will ik'tprmiiitj how well they nro nblt; to mlv»nco after Ijunjir won )>}'• IKK, Wz to 37 over Bhytowii last week. Monday Rockhold had hb kidi running over and underd"ist«nces and passing the baton. BUY A NEW 1956 FORD BEFORE UCENSE TIME (April 1st) Thod Felton's Chance At Olympics Is Goal In AAU Basketball Tourney By GEXE MEAKINS DENVER—UP— The-first round o£ the national AAU basketball tournament uinds up with five games Tuesday aftcraoon and night, setting thr stage for Wednesday's appearance o£ the seeded powers. Five teams advanced to the second round Monday in this 21st annual classic, which has a possible Olympic berth as an added incentive this year. The two top teams of the tourney will get an automatic bid to the" Olympic tryouts in Kansas Qtj April 2-1. The victories m fzr have followed the form charts. Last year's runnorup. Luckett-Xix of Boulder, Colo., again showed a well - balanced attack to smash the Arkansas State Teachers S9-56. Ln the other games. Marquette's Tern- Rand came off the bench to spark Allen-Brad ley of Milwaukee to a S3-76 conquest of the Wcstovcr, Mass. Flyers; Chicago's Rjiincr Comets defeated the San Jose, Calif., Green Frogs T9-62; Gibbs Vikings of Jacksonville. Fla,, edged Paul's of Dayton. Ohio, 66 to 60; nnd King 1 Motors of Hesston, Kan., dumped. St. John's of Linden, N.J., 71-59. In Tuesday's games, Marion Kay Co., Bronstown. Jnd., takes on the Marine All-Stars of Quantico, Va., ANCHOR FENCE Gateway to a Secure Home Anctior Fences Arc Built to Withstand tltc Klements Installed by Builders of Fences for Over 50 Years FREE ESTIMATES 30 .MONTHS TO 1'AY Thad P. Fenelcn Phone 3-140fl 100 Gresham Add It to Your ... Present Heating System! NOW! LENNOX ratf££P CCHTMt A/g COWTWtlttf call * ITtEE ESTIMATES AND CONSULTATIONS flying termites! STOP COSTLY TERMITE DAMAGE 'Phone or Write 'Lozv Bones, Sleeoin' in the Sun—' CO. 800 E. TEXAS AYE. DIAL 8241 Authorized Terminix Representative ADVERTISED JW SsturJa;- Ei'eniiiR I'o'.t Disul iailij! - Coiiimctciitl EASY •TERMS THI DODGERS' three Dons take a siesta (after-lunch nap to you) in Brooklyn's Vero Beach, Fla,, spring training camp. Immediately beneath the huge sombrero is Don Kewcombe. Hitch-hiking * snooze tr* Don ZimmerlrfanclDjjn BeasanU 's Lar£cj[ hi Termite Control TERMINIX TERMINATES TERMITES! and gr/Vej property owners $5000 Insured coverage against future termite damage 72 OF THt COUNTRY'S 100 LARCIST CORPORATIONS HAVI USED TERMINIX SIRVICI

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page