The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on May 14, 1964 · Page 3
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May 14, 1964

The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 3

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Second StrafafctVear Hollis, Loses toMobeetie In playing their finest game of the season May 1, the Samnorwood Eagles decisioned the Holhs team 6-3.The game had good pittehing and fair defense by both teams. A fielding lapse in .the sixth inning by Hbilig allowed Samnonwood to score three unearned runa to provide the difference. With iSaminorwood runners on first' and second, with two out, J. D. Ward hit ai .grounder to •econd base, which was fielded, thrown to first, and dropped fcy the Hollis firs« baseman, loading the bases. Bin Wischkaeirtper, Eagle leadoff man, hit a dribbler in front of the plate which was fielded Iby the catcher, ibut his throw to first sailed into right field as three Eagle runs scored. This win left Samnorwood with a season (record of 3-4, with games remaining with Hedley and Quail. R H E Norwood 300 003 0—6 5 3 Hollis 110 001-0—3 5 7 Norwood pitichers were Wayne Lindley and Loyd Stice, and Lloyd Hayes and H. C. Maddox ipitched for Hollis. Quail Wins District 5-B Baseball Crown j The Quail Quails clinched! ! their second consecutive district (5-B baseball championship on '.Tuesday, May 5 <by Ibeating j Mobeetie 13-2. I This was .the Quails' fifth j straight win without a los* as j.they faok a three game lead with only one game to 'play. The Quails wind up their regular season Tuesday at Samnorwood. The bi-distfrict game has not been set Ibut will be with the winner of District 6-B and will probably be played at Snyder May 17. The Mobeetie team took a 2-0 lead in the first inning but was unable to score any more as Dale Morris pitched a five- hitter for the Quails. Carrol Kennedy and Joe Harris each hit home runs to - lead the Owls Pluck the Eagles in 9-B Conference Play The Hedley Owls bowed to the Samnorwood Eagles in a 1 conference game played at Hedley on Tuesday. This gave the Eagles a record of 2 won record of 1 win and 4 lost. The final score in this game The final score ni this game was 11 to 2 in favor of 'Samnorwood. The winning pitcher was Zermino, while the losing pitcher was Maddox. Samnorwood: 11 runs, 10 hits, 6 errors. Hedtey: 2 runs, 2 hits, 10 errors. Mobeetie at Samnorwood Mobeetie scored a single run in the top of the seventh inning to win a loosdy played game 14-13, April 28. Samnorwood left a runner stranded on .third base in the last half of the seventh as Wayne Lindley filed out to right field for the final out. Errors played a ibig part in the g-ame, as- both teams committed several. The game left Mobeetie 2-2 in second place in District 9-B, and dropped Samnorwood (1-3) t,o the cellar. Samnorwood has remaining district games left at Hedley May 5 and at home and against Quail, the district leader, on May 12. R H E Mobeetie 430 330 1—14 9 10 Norwood 215 104 0—13 12 10 Cudgel, Hodges (6) and Trout for Mobeetie; Lindley, Hiett (3), Zermino (6) and Stice, for Norwood'. WP—Hodges; LP—Zermino. 2BH—Paul Clark (N) 3BH—Hodges (M). HR—Corcoran (M). Quails' hitting attack. Rolbert Russell hit two doubles, Kdrby THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, May 14, 1964 Bruce Ward and Don each hit a double for Word, Morris Quail. R H E Mobeetie 200 00— 25 2 Quail 035 32—13 12 2 Winning pitcher, Dale 'Morris. Losing (pitcher, J. IL. Cudgel. DISTRICT 5-B STANDINGS Quail Samnorwood Mobeetie Hedley W JL, 5 0 2 2 1 Pet. OB 1.009 0 .400 4 .400 3 .200 4 Sell it with a dassiified Ad. We drove 3,243 into to make a point about Super Turbine t You can do it on the way to the grocery store Would we drive a Buick with a Super Turbine transmission* all the way from Pasadena to New York City just to win Class C in the Mobil Economy Run? Of course. And just in case anyone failed to get the message, we did it twice again. And won Class D and Class G. In all, Buick entered 4 classes, and won 3—more than any other make of car. (Remember when people used to think Buicks used a lot of gas?) Did we make our T> • * \r . -r^. . . point about the Super DU1CK MOtOf DlVlSlOH Turbine transmission? You bet. ~. ^ Obviously you aren't planning to drive 3,243 miles to prove your new Buick is economical. And you can't expect to get as many miles per gallon as the experts in the Economy Run. Still, it is nice to know you can win the economy run around town. And the good looks prize at the same time. See your Buick dealer about it. No doubt he'll think of a number of other reasons to drive a Buick. •Optional at extra coat. SEE YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED BUICK DEALER. AUTHORIZED BUICK DEALER IN THIS AREA:. IOHNSON PONTIAC & BUICK Eighth & Dallas Wellington, Texas See the Buick exhibit at the General -New York World's Fair Subscribe NOW and SAVE On June 1,1964 the Following Rates Will Go Into Effect Subscription rates in Wellington area, Collingsworth and adjoining counties. Six Months $2.25 One Year ~ $4^0 Outside Collingsworth and adjoining counties Six Months $3.00 One Year $s!oO We are selecting June 1, 1964 as the effective date for putting these new rates into effect because most of our mail subscriptions will have been renewed by that time. You can subscribe at the old rate until June 1 and your paper will be extended a full year from its present expiration date. The Wellington Leader is one of the last weekly newspapers to announce this increase in mail subscriptions. For over a year papers in Shamrock, Clarendon, Quanah, Tulia, Canyon, etc. have been charging the rates published above. No subscription will be accepted at our old rates for a period longer than one year - Renew now and save. from the City Grocery - Plus S & H Green Stamps FRESH Pound Tomatoes I9C Fresh Clipped CORN 5 FOR- 29$ 2 FOR- CELERY 25$ RED 10 Lb. 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