The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 24, 1956 · Page 8
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Sports Murray-Go-Round By TOM MURRAY Freeport Got It In A IXK hadn't dried on the box- score of, that excrutiatinp 1-0 loss .lohn Adams' Oander base- bailers' suffered to Freeport Friday, when we were informed the Shippers had »hc district championship in the bag-. David Woodland, All-District Exporter guard, n-as inquiring- about ihe outcome of. the Ga'nder-Frpe- port con test''Friday afternoon at Oiler Park. • • • "I'll bet you (Baytown) didn't SET. many hits.'' Woodland chided. When told he was right, -the Ganders had managed but three on a bad car. he answered. "That •was just great pitching." "Tiiose are the best • two • pitchers in the distTicf," Challenged on thai score, he Answered. "AHriRht, TH bet you Freeport" wins the'district." Confident? Friday night at Freeporfs Hopper Stadium somothing happened •That' has no place in high school track. And if officials continue to let it happen, kids, not supposedly grown people are going- to suffer. Lamar's great miler, Barncti Garrison, attempting- to pass Lee's ,7erry' Jlabry in the niile- Min, cut in much too .shar-ply, siamminir into the lonsr Gander with a good jostling- the result. Baylor Not De-Empbasiiing Yet JOE TCRXER, successful Kil- Ktiff Junior College r>asketball coach, has a phenomenal winning complex. Joe's been tutor- in' the hardwood sport 11 j'ears, \vinr.insr 10 championships. Maybe he's better remembered for 'his two state championships at Cayuga, a tiny Class B-sch'bol. Eight years Turner, toiled at Cayugra er.d eighs; times his team won the district championship. Joe's first year at CoUcsre the Rangers finished, second and nB\'e won Junior College titles the jast two years.." lie. current^- has Ws kids in the. National »JC tournament at Hutchinson, Kansas. Bill Henderson, Baylor basketball mentor, is about to smash a zheory the Baptists are de-ens-' yhasizing the cage sport He was eye-flailing the nation's junior college elite along with Floyd Wagstafl, Tyler Junior Coi- Jege mentor, whoin Turner '.Jb&st :"or the . conference and regional championscips. Jlrs. Turner, -Joe's assistant coa«h, was mistaken for a bank robber and chased down by cops brandishing shot - jrans, shortly after arrival at Hutchia.- sorc. Seeras a money-house Chief ban- escaped in a buie-and-white .station. wag-on, xnatchingr the one the Ivilg-ore Mrs. -was -driving. They're- having- all ksn-ds of g-cxjd titr.os at Vl s ~tona. getting- ready for opening o: the Big-State League season. The South Texas town inherited the franchise Texas City let slide away after buiidiair a line new ball park. -Johnny Lyons was feUinfj. a story about new Victoria manager. Jim Bns- so, and Chronicle ••writer, Wa>T,e ' As most .indepesdent; minor league teams. Victoria is -experiencing difficulty rounding up suitable C!a-ss B piayers. Sprs'ggins. z. close friend o: B?_s- so iOrnser. Houston Buff' ouuidd- er.- ceciaed to \vork out -vvith the Eagles \vhile visiting big Jim. Tex Shirk-y walked into the perk, looked at Sp.-3g-.gins -R-ork- 'ing.'oat around ib;ro< and nearly iaiated. "If you've got that guy uncfer ccntrs-cr."' he said derisively, "we're in for a Jons. ha?u sum-" Here's Quick Look District Baseball Race ' STreeport got. great- pitching out of /starter i Dickie 'Coultor ' and re- JieverjHoilis^Hood ia one o! the 'iglitest; pitching duels ever with 1he ; Ganders'; Lucas Vegas to ease •.lastlliee^l-O,'' in the opeaing gasic off district" 12-AA. Vegas -went all the way in the game, giving up only seven hits In £. Texas Semi-Finals Baytown's top three tennis stars, jJUPDixon, Paul Como. and Doug 3ashrura. were in reaii-final play Saturday morning at Cornmerce's Sast Texas High School Tournament. Dixon. playing singles, met \Yi- r.hita Fall's Tom Kaney in a ^emi- :'ina! match identical to the one vilayed in Wichita Falls in Lee's Jast tourney at 10 a.m. In their last match, Dixon beat Haney to enter the final round. Bashrur!>Como met Bob Peek :-..nd John Keath of Commerce in "heir semi-game at 20:30 a.m. In getting to the semi-finais, Dixon defeated Bob Kiliingsv/orth of <>ommerce, 6-1. 6-0. Ke beat Billy Erowr. of Green- r-ille is the quarter-final .game, ('.-2. 6-2. The doubles team ran past Jim Trailer and- P^ay Slade oi Vann in the first round, 6-1. e-l. They got to the serai's by down- •:ng Luf kin's brother team. Joe ijid Ben Gibson, 0-0. 6-3. Finals in the East Texas tourney were scheduled for Saturday .'ifternoon. oaring: the night, allov-ing no one past second base until'the ninth when Freeport scored its run with two singles and a fielder's choice. Gaiesa Pai'k called on the pitching of Charley Gibson to Ball High, 11-3. in Calves ton. Gibson held Ball scoreless until ihe last inning when it grabbed its three runs. Pasadena smashed Aldine in its first 12-AA game, 7-0. in Aldine. Ko\var<i Ladder gave up but one hit while or the mound as he shut out the Mustangs. Dave Sadler got three hits i" three trips for the lead them in their 13 ri;n attack. Texas City used C-.:riis Buchanan on the hill to '.v;n its opener •with Spring- Branch. 11-7. All of the St:ng3rec-s get at least one hit as Don Clarke's team stepped winners' row. South Park's Goffers Win South Pnri; of Beaumont v;or: the Gulf Coast Relays Inviiational Golf Tournament Fi-klay '.viih a ier,.m tola! cf 253. Eraioxjxr-t was second; Bishop Byrne cf Port Arthur, third: Corpus Christi Ray, fourtli: and Robert E. Lee. fiith. Ganders' Charles Wilson had the low R. E. L. score with 40-3-1 for a 7-3. Bob Stephens had 77; Gordon Wilson. 7S; and Barton Brticc. 81. HaiTj* Bonds, one of Leo's leading- golfers, v.-a.s i;n'jbj-? to mske the trip because of Tilncss. Baytown junior hisrh's Fred Marti tied with Bubo;! Vuilenberg- of Freeport in the jurJor hig-h diiisio!!. and beat him in srti'Jdcn death play to grab medaiist honors. Lamar Redskins Win Xlgoin- PEL Third In By TOM MURRAY Sun Sports Editor FREEPORT — <Sp.) — Loaded Lamar flexed its , muscles here. Friday night, despite crippling: illness and; muscle injury, to race off with its third successive major high school track nu-et, capturing- -he 'Seventh 1 Annual Gulf Coast Relays \viiii GH]j points. Beverly Rockholci's scrappy soph-junior studded -Robert E. Leo Ganoiers turned in 'another- creditable performance, being edged 32 to 31' i for second place by on-coming- Pasadena. Running '-with no practice and only a doctor's okay between them and a'sick-bed, Lee's Anton Sma- jsirla and Buddy May. were handicapped in the 'mile-relay. But the Gander foursorae. pac- Young:, brilliant first- leg, pushed Lamar to a new Gulf Coast record, 3:25.3. finishing second five-yards ai-ears- The Lamar quartet of Denny PC- , derson, Frank Price, Wayne Dun- lap and Tom Jrayor, clipped Ro- bert.E. Lee's 3:25,S standard sot in 1955. •Lee's Jerry Capps turned On,,/x driving finish to nip two' at. the tape, to smash the old 440- yard dteh record with a fine 50.3 .performance. He came from behind in' the las! 15 yards to snatch victory from Laniar's Frank Price and Free.port's Donton Tarlu'r. The Ganders took two firsts, adding: a victory in the sprint medley to! Capps' 440-yard success. The foursome, of Capps, .Buddy May, Smajstrla and Half-miler , John Russell was clocked in a relatively slow S:41.2 but won. by 50. yards over second-place Lamar. . Big Bill Finch, pitched:'the shot 32-0 for second--behind Laniar's .powerful Ji'm Allison. Prentice Da- ;'vis had 'third,on: 50-$ until the. last !hro\v when edged by Reagan's -<S!am Schevarak.' * : /Terry Khur tied (or fourth hi the : pole-vault at 11 feet four and Smajstrla tied for third in thf high-jump. Lamar'.s terrific A\Uson. 220- pounds of muscle, was, the; meet's outstanding performer, receiving the Cup Harding' Memorial Award. The River OaUs giant smashed two records, stilling the discus 167--1, breaking .Norman Adams' 1953 mnrk by ''27 feet and put the shot 5,>3 ! ;;. 'The new shot stand- aril surpasses the 53-S's set "by Bolinjr's Jini Somcrs last spring. Laniar's \vonderfuHy bnlaneed team won six first places and shared the high-jump, breaking three record*. One of ihe upsets of thc.Jiioet was Rcagan's'defeaUng the crippled Redskins" in the 440-yard relay, an event they are masters, at when whole. , Reagan's David .Myrow nipped Bobby Parks at the "tape with a desperate lunge: . . Capps' new record" lowers the 1 51-second standard'.set by Brcn-. ham's James Peters in 1953. Biic Jerry Mabr.v was josteled by Liunnr's' Itarnett Garrison on second lap of the mile and fin- islied Uihtl bi'liiiul ; Currisou and •U'nninv.»U>.. l.5til>li;\ Hawkins'. Hawkins' -l:10.S mile record stood when Garrison turned in tv slow .-1:44. Ganders Drop 1 -0 Duel To Freeport After coilectinst 44 hits ;n their last four 1 games, John Adams' Gander baseball ers couldn't buy one Friday, tlrop- . piny a 1-0 extra-inning: tliriiler to Prceport at Oiler Park. The loss, a heart-breaker for Gander soph. Lucas "fegas. -.vho tailed the full nine-in- nings, save up seven hits and ai- iov.-ed but one moJi past second- base, opened district 12-AA -play for the ,wo teaui!?. It was a brilliant pitcher's due! •between Vegas and Frecport's top flingcTE. Dickie Couitcr and Holas Hood. Coulter niiij Hood combined to limit the Ganders to three Ganders' Gates Going To Texas Cameron Gaies. Robert E. Lee's finest all-around back since Kcssc -Johnson, will don the Orange and White of the University of Texas this fall. The rampa-ing Gates. 174-pounds of rock-ribbed dynamite, honorable mention' ail - arnerica, honorable mention atl-state and 2 nominee as Texas' outstanding high school player in 1355. decided to cast his lot with the lyinghorns Friday. After tentatively deciding upon the big state university last '.veek. he confirmed h's choice in a iong- Cisu'-uce tslcphonc csil with L.«ng- horn assistant. Bob Schulze. Known equally for his terrific. CA-UERON GATES FIRST GANDER to make a definite college choice. Gates Friday informed University of T^va* <-oach, Boh Schulze, he would s'mn a Texas lettor-of-intsnt and cnrni! in tho stute school in S^ptcm'ner. One of Itobert- "E. T-fp.'s finest all-round backs in Uis!ory, G.'ites ivas bein^ soucht by virtually every 8WC school. line-baclting: and his hull-like runs. Gate* was-beinjr sought by Trsas A and M. Baylor. S5IU, Kice and Texas in the Southwest Conference. One other school had revealed Gates was its r.O: 1 choice among: Texas' high schol performers in 1S55. "I just ISked Texas better," Gates said almost shyly, when making known his Decision. "Just thought T "could got :i liutter education tlienj and want to play football for those coach***.. "I visited the other schools anU enjoyed fver% - minute of it. They were nice r'.nd very good to me. But I have decided Texas is the place for me to go to school." Gates v.-as the Ganders' second leading ground-gainer as he helped .spur them to the state .semifinals, picking up fi. s Q yards for a 6.S yard per carry average. A versatile youns>ter lie completed U of 19 passes for U'^'i yards and le.j (lie team in p:»s receptions, catching 11 for 'J'^0 more yard?-. He also punted 40 times for ;i .',6 yard average, many yards knocked off with L/ee kicking <:eep in enemy territory. He will sign a Tc.:-:;i=; lntier-of- inteni Sunday. April 1. the first day high school players are allowed to sign \viih SV\'C schools. Deer And Eagles Resume Due! Liberty'r. Trinity Valley Rf:iay5. third .sn'tai! s::honi mfx.'t of tin 1 .season, got unJorvvjiy a>. 12:30 p.m. Saturday v.-kh sonic of thn most powerful schoob in this area competing. Tht- i\vo top rated prhooln in the m'jct an Short-,- Hn?hc-s' D'-'-r Park DPOV nnd "l-loyd K(?!'^ry'3 Barbers Hii' l : 'nii'.f:f,. •hits.- only sr scraUrliy one over the Just seven -hininits. Conker \vsiu the first five, gave up two hits, and had the Ganders in his hands, when Coach Virgil Eikcnberg jerked him, sending Catcher. • Kood to the mound. Vegas may not have beer. ..s sharp its Monday when he carved a one-hit, 4-0 triumph over potent Pasadena but he was terrific nont'-thclc'S.s. It was Baytown's fourth loss of the season, the fourth l>y one run. Right - fielder YVHHe Davenport .-'lid home with the;: run in top of the ninth as Left-fielder Don Hurt whistled a single to center. Davenport beat a beautiful throw from center by Steve McWilliams. First - baseman Artie Ovicdo cutting- it off with Davenport four feet from home. Davenport had Mnjjlcd and ynnc to sei-onjl on a fieldcr'K I'lioice. Then- were two r.wny when Hurt delivere<l (he payoff blow. But :ho Ganders let r. golden opportunity to tio Q r v,-jn slip from their grasp in bottom of the ninth. ' They loaded the bases -with one away on a. walk to Ted Dodd. Barry Lancaster's infield single and ••vhc-n Hooc! plur.kvd Oviedo with a wild-pitch. But Dodd raced off third, n* wlii-ii (ieorc; 1 >!ilfs tn:ide no nt- tpnipt to Dotlil W;K pieUt-ii off IhirU fnr the second out. Milcx fanned to t>m! the ^atno. The Ganders missed another chance in the second when Ihey pourulrd tiieir ori'ly two safeties off Coniter. Oviedo led off with a solid sin.s'li- over .«econd-bnse and Mil'.'s sc:; 1 . him to third with a ringing single to left-center. But Charles Ester.ik grounded 0'it thircl-to-first. ending the uprising. Bavtmvn's soph-junior jmrltcd tpiiii? luriij'd in a ni.irvclon>- perfonnnnrc e\eryivhorc liuf :it the p!:it<-. C'imrlfs Estcnilc nuirirr nn nnliclir'vnblo eaten in ornter to donbl^ Kobhy Snencer off second in thr- first-inning. Rrirr;,- I.rincn.'iter turner! in t'.'.'o "ood catches in ri r 'ht, Bobby San- fler.'.: ^vas terrific at second. Winston Port'-r tnrnrd in pood shortstop play. Vr-gis and Catcher Dodd ;-:ivf(! another run with a sharp pl ;i y rj ff '•'• squeeze bur.t at th" plate. But nil of it went for naught witti th-? Kii'-nring of U-o hatf;. l"ro;'|)ort. nli r h e .Snf'nrr-r •! n 0 0 V.'ilcox 4 0 0 0 Hood 2 n 0 0 S'oin •' 0 1 0 D?.v.'nporl 4 i ; o Frir.3!oll •! 0 0 0 THE 100-yunl • dash—U Bobby Parks. Ltimar; i!) Bert Conn. Pasadena; 3) David ^lyrow,' Hcagnn; -i> Gone Rhnnian. Braxosport. Time. 10.2. 120-yard high hiii-dles—1) Herb Waukash, '.Pasadena: 2) Taylor, Angleton; 3). Adams. Bcaiimontt-n Knimitt Baker, Brazosport. Time. is.c; •••.'•: Sprint medley,relay— i) Baytown (Jerry Capps. Robert May, Anton, John Russell):'Lamar; ,'!> San Jacinto; -I) Beaumont. Time 3:41.2. Discus—-1) Jim Allison. Lamar; 2) Arved White, Lamar; 3} Lynn : Wooley, Lamar; 4) Johnson, .Pasadena. Distance; 167 ft, -S Inches. (New record set in preliminaries: ok! record of 350 feet ", in. set by Xonnais Adams, Baytown in 1953). Shot put — U Jbn Allison, Lnmar; '2) Find 1 -. Baytown; 3) Milam Seh- zerak..Keagan; •!> Davis, Baytown. Distance. ,35 ft.. ,,V'v in. (Ne\v record set in- preliminaries; old record of 53 - f t.. 3>i in. set by James Somei's Boling in 1955..) Broad jump—1) Leonard • Fiv.v- reit, Rea«-an: 2) Den ton Parker. Rrcuosport; 3) -Hurt Conn.. Pasadena; 4) Benny Pederson, Lamar, Distance. 22 ft. P'-., in. tJCo.n- re- eorci; old record of 21 ft.. S'i in. set by Emmett Smallwood, Galena Park. 1953). 40-yard relay 1) Reagan { David Myrow. Anthony Vonto, Pawcett. Bob Tou-nsend); 2> Lamar; -3) Pasadena: 4> Sam Houston. Time. W fiat. High jump—1) Tie between Joe Dove. Pasadena: and Bob \\~U- liams. Lamar; 3> Tie between Anton Smajstrla. Baytown and Bob Dnnnam, Lamar. Height G ft., s .» in. •HO-yard tJash—1) Jerry Capps. Baytown: 2' Frank Price. I^amar; 3> Tom flavor, Ivimar; •() Denton Parker. Braaosport. Ttrne: 50.". (New record, okl record 31.0, James Peters. Brenham, 1953.)-: SSO-yard relay--!) Lamar 'Criss Bro\vn, Denny Pedersori. Wayne D-anlap. Bobby' parkl;. 2* Sam Houston: 3> Pasadena: 41 Brazos- port. Time: 1:33.5. Mile nm—1) Barnctt Oarrison. Lamar: 1') P.ichard Hopkins, Baytown; -Ti Jerrj- jlnbry. Baytown; •I) Ronnie Sseciman, San Jacinto. Time. -1:45.7. Mi!*' rciay —I) Lamar (Benny Peiipr-sor. Frank Price. \Vnync Duniap. Tom Mayon: 2> Baytown: 3t Pasadon:;: •; > Sam HoiiFloa. Time. r,:25.,'}. <Xcw record, old record. 3:23.S. Baytown, 1955.) , Pole vault—n Adrian Kight, Pa«adona: 2> tie between • Smith, Brazosport, . Cook, Beaumont; •!> tie between Baylc. Angluton, Munson. Angleton. King. Baytown. Wadr. La mar. Heigh',:" 12-J. •Xew record, old record. \2-2, Earl Keight. > Saturday, March 24, 1956. : ; RUSSELL OUTSTANDING AS FRISCO WINS NCAA EVAWrON, 111. (IB Sun FriuiolNoo'K uiihesitcn Dons held llii- XOAA, l>u*kfll>»l| title, for the M-ooml strniKlit, J'<'»r Su'turday. hut it's a mislakf to declare that the ieaui win it. Insea:! K'IV<« credit to -Ivfitot, lO-ineli Hill KusM'll, iv itefonsivu (,'cnius tvlui can iiNn score points "'hen his tciini m-t'ds :ui ; edKe. Thai M'ii-, Ihe tali IIIIIIK tin tl»' IK'"' 1 '' senior center. :vn All-Aivier- ii-ii for th(> past two both M* own cotifh, Phil ami. Iowa's RueUy O'Connor. , Utissell and tiii! Dons extended thoirwinning Circuit to 5i» Ciit this season) in Hipping the valiant for the title, 83 to 71. "The (liffen-ncf, u-ithout a doubt, was Utissell." \Vool|jert said. "Wo met a trenietutov-.s ImslsrUwll (mm, nntl they gave us trouble nn the hoards in the first half." Kusscll, though the standout of the title Ratw, had to .share, hotiors' for the• nUfht I'.-nd the tourney \vit!i Temple's flashy pmrd, •Hall 'Lour, who scored -IS points to sparl; tile Owls to a UO-81 win iivcr Southern Mclhndist for third phie.; in the meet. SPORTS BRIEFS XK\V VORK — Ruling'-not due until April I on milt»r WVs Santec's appeal for permanent injunction against X.AAU's life- tinio suspension, CHICAGO -- The 20th annual Chicago Daily News Relays to he Sparked by 241 contestants from 5-1 schools Saturday night. .VB\V YORK — Dayton Flyers favored over .Louisville liy throe points in .Saturday's ,\"1T final*. DENVER — Phillips Oilers and Buchan Bakers of Seattle, meet for national AAU 'basketball' title. GLEN ARBOR OFF GAKTK KOAD, XOHTH. 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Ti-'':; wj'i for the purchase of a 168 acre Irocr ircni tho Ke^-cciy Estate. The proposed commercial and res-'cient.-al devebcmc-rf of this iar.d will moa", of course, area? pro- n r cih -o." i'r-'j area. For taking a hand in Briytown's progress — for a belief in B.y^c-A-n's future — ,-i big Pa Son-: he-Back TO Jeff Fleming and fhc- Gulf Land and Investment Co. \\ILL8AM \\'. «RAJ»rATEr> TO A \K«' < riE\'J{(H,f;T~»ii! Vffnfr. a 3!».V, !*:,- of Hr!vrt K. IJPP. drives a ms ChpyrolM J)rl ficy 710 , -\ft<»r isrsdijiitieii I'rnwr :iU^n(!<fd 1w CtMep.t- for ;» sJ).-<r< hpfnrv c«in«t fo Wrtrk for Wilson Supjrlj, nil {iHf! <'q(jj[)H;<>ri!, *t Mf, WoSvi^u. H<> lives witii hi* parrnls .it the I'o'.ni Barrnw Cwnp on Tri-Cifj Beaeh Road. Hix father, \\<to«Iro\v IVa- L) l-'RA'/JKK, JH. l.'.'-r. is a roiisjahoii! fon-in»n willr thf ffnmlilf <;rtnripnn.v. H«-'s hr-^n W'.'.b nnmh'c, 2i ypftr-*. T"iH J'rar.jor ws:s horn st'.v.l rnJ-^fd in An:ihr.;«" s:r,<l lias iiv<»:! Sn i!ic arr-;i six yonrs. 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