The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 30, 1956 · Page 10
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Baytown, Texas
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Friday, March 30, 1956
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Page !0 5!<r Uaiitmiut *uu SPORTS NEWS IN BRIEF f IVo AH Stars AM<<<\ Nnv voiu: —UP —Hap p e n-.Of Srm Kfrnriei-o and Bill Ridley (lolf Sj>on«or Honored CHICAGO — UP — George S. May, .sponsor of the \«>:ki's rich- his Tarn Ganders Top Spring Branch of Illinois will join the College All- cst £° lf tournament at Ms Tarn SU,r.«. for tlK'h cost-to-eoast bas- °'? h ? n A'' r n |?i f Ooii ''f; h ?u '-'K v,,,.,,, , , voted the 19f>,i award bv (he Golf *c,fa,UI toui with the Harlem \v ritors Association for outstand- Ctlo-lxHroUors. The tour opens at ing contribution to g-oif. , Last JUaettsori Square Garden Saturday. OOP.! Eisenhower. Visit Our _New No. 5 Store Next To Buck Turner's Chevrolet Co. I5y SAM CASKEV The Robert E. IXM> baseball to-am mm its second district Kiune in three starts ' hare Thursday nijrht over Spring Branch, 7 to 3. Duke .Tories started on the mound for the Ganders, and pitched, a strong game until weakening in the sixth inning. Captain Don Vi'aiker, through hobbling on an injured leg', relieved Jones and helped Duke's win. The Ganders will tackle the Galena Park Jackets next Tuesday it. their next test, although they are scheduled to play Buy City Friday at S:30 p.m. in a schoolboy diamonr tournament at West Columbia. The (ianrters u-enl to work early to tally'a pair of runs on one hit in the second iiminsr. Harry Lancaster's singles ami » couple of errors did it. The Ganders got four more in the third. A three base wallop by Winston Porter was the big blow of the inning. Singles by Steve. MeWilliams. Dodd and Lascnster helpeci tfte home team gain their big lead. • The final Lee run came in the fourth without a hit. Bobby Sanders Irgged it across the plate STORES TO SERVE YOU I BAYTOWN'S LOWEST PRICES SPECIALS FOB FfUDAY AND SATURDAY AT ALL FIVE STORES i I. W. HARPER 5fh S.I9 JAMES E. PEPPER 5th 4.19 J. W. DANT S?h 3.59 BOURBONS-JAMES E. PEPPER, 86 5th 3.79 OLD STAGS, 86 5?h 3.59 ECHO SPRING, 86 5th 3.49 CKURCHfLL, 38 5th 3.29 P. M., 86 5th 3.09 •BLENDS-. SCHENLEY, 86 5th 3 49 ROCKING CHAIR. 30 5 Hi 2.99 Box Score On Ganders' 7-3 Victory Lamar Tech In Bout WithTulane AB WE WILL MEET ANY ADVERTISED PRICE IN THIS AREA. GORDON'S GIN, 94.4 5th 3.69 J. W. DANT GIN, 85. 5th 2.89 MR. BOSTON VODKA, 30 5th 3 09 MARTIN'S V. V. O. SCOTCH 5th 5.29 3 K 0 1 i 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 K 1 1 11 2 0 1 0 0 0 H 1 I 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 S H 0 1 JAX BEER BERGHOFF BEER- PREMIUM QUALITY OLD HICKORY BOND .case of 24 cans 3.95 .case of 24 cans 3.29 CANADA DRY BOURBOX S6 Proof 3 99 5th I ARE IN A SU ^-"EX STORE - BUY FROM YA D c YOU HAVE KNOWN FOR ' H £ LAST 18 TEARS — MRS. SAW PERLMAN AND SON UTAH ,™, n , , WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD. 2 M ^, k ^,, S08 W - MAIN !3 N - COMMERCE 3513 MARKET 113 N. MAIN •Sprinij Branch ford. 3b ..... C5a!laa;er. So \Vesi." If . WaHsngr, c McGee. cf ....... ...3 Hoiden. rf ---- '.....• 3 Brc-nts. ss .......... 2 Goodwin. 2b ....... 1 Eason. 2b t.5Ui> .... 1 De\Voody iTth) ---- 1 Fly. p . " ............ 2 Pankv .<7th.) ... ---- 1 TOTALS ........ .27 Bayum-n A15 Sanders. 2b ........ 4 MeVt'iHiam*, cf ---- 4 Oviedo. Jb ..... ....4 Dodd. c ----- ....... -'3 Lancaster, rf . ..... 4 Porter, ss .......... S Mills, if ............ 2. Miles. 3b .. ......... 2 Jones, p ........... .3 Walker, p (6th) ____ 0 TOTALS ......... 2S Score by innings: . Spring Branch ... 000003 0—3 8 T Bay town ........ 024 100 0—7 7 l Tv/o-base hits: Spring Branch Three-base hits: Spring Brsneh. MeGee: Bay:o - >vn. Porter; Stolen bases: Spring Branch. Brents; Bayco'ivr.. Ovieao. Mills: Sacrifices: Eaytown. Miles: Double plays: Spring Branch. Brent? to Eason: Bayto'.vn. vToaes to Miles to Ovir-rio: Bases on balls: off Fly 2, off \\";jlker 1: Hit by pitcher: bv Fly 1; Struck out; bv Fly 2. Walker ]; Innings pitched: by Fly 6. Jones 5 2 .''3. by Walker 2 1/3; Hits off: Fly 7. Jones 7. Walker 1: \Vi!d pitches: F:y 2: Left on bases: Spring Branch; 4. Baytown 7: "umpires: Corso Duooll: Win; ncr: Jones, Loser: Fly. Frogs, Owls Win Baseball Games By U.V1TKD PRESS ac-x,"s Christian and Rice "-on nor.-co:iferencj? bnsebnH games Thursday whuc the rest of the teams enjoyed Easter recess. Savior hosts Nebraska today and Texas A&M plays the Corpus Christi team of the professional Big State League. BEAUMONT -UP— champion tennis teams of the NCAA and XAIA clash h.oro Saturday in a dual match certain to end one. of the long \vmnj ng streaks owned by Tulane~and Lamar Tech. Tulane, winner of the NCAA crown and headed by NCAA singles champion Jose <Pepe) Aguero. has 'won 13 straight dual matches sines its last setback in April. 1931. Lamar Tech. NAIA champion and boasting both the singles and Jap Signed By Dodgers VERO BEACH. Fin. —UP—The world champion 'Brooklyn Dodgers astonished the bsaoball world Friday by signing Bill Nishita. a Ha\vaiian-bonv pitcher of Japanese ancestry, to a contract with their highest farm team—the Montreal The 25-year-old Nishita. a right- hander who never before has pitched in organized ball, will be jumping into "the tripe-A Intel-national Laegius Montreal, highest affiliate in the 13 - team Dodgrer farm chain, is the: defending; league champion. Fresco Thompson, Dodder vice president in charge of the farm system, admitted that the move is a history-making: one. Nishita has pitched in three games for the Forth Worth Cats since coming- here some two weeks a<ro. In the first, he threw fout- shut-out ianincs against the Wichita Falls club of the Big State League. doubles champions among the small colleges. • has won 17 .straight and token 25 out o£ its last 26 matches—the only defeat being administered by .Tuhuie at Nc wOr- least. last year. AgTiero handed Lamar Tech's James Schmidt his only defeat last season and their rematch will furnish the highlight of Saturday's competition of six singles anc! three doubles matches. Tlie No. 2 man on the Lamar Tech team is Ronaldo Moreira of Rio de Janeiro.. Brazil—which, incidentally is also Agiiero's home town—who upset Australia's great Lew Hoad in straight sets in .Davis Cup challenge play last year. Gene Littler Stroke Ahead In Azalea after reaclii.'ij? fonse on an error. Oviedo xud Lt«nc'ti.<<(er led the Guilder iittttek, each with n jmir of safeties. Jones and Walker combined to hold Geruld Walling-, terrific-hitting Spring Branch catcher to but a measly single. Coining into the Baytown game the whip-armed receiver had crashed Texas City and Freeport, pitchers for six hits in eight trips to the plate, including- three long homcruns over Texas City's 350- foot le.'t-fiu'ld" wall. I'nsadiMiu slipped into first plaee in district 12AA (jluy with :m S-ij victory over Texas City :it T.'Mis Oily. The Unities are now 3-1. Frecport clung; onto a share of second place with a 7-6 win over Galveston at Gfllvoston and Galena Park did the same with a 16-2 slaughter or Alcline at Galena Park. Bill Newcomb picked tip the vic- tory for Pasadena over City, Dickie Coulter WR.S. the Freeport winner <tnd Dnyle. Clayton hurled u four-hitter to win for Galena Park. hiiytown, l«Veepbrt. Texas City itml Galena are second at 'i-l, while .Spring Itrnneh is l-'i and Aldine is in the cellar with 0-3. Friday/March 30. 105(5 Kid Gavilan s Upset PARIS —UP— An upset victory Texas over Kid Gavilan stamped Germinal Ballfiriii Friday KS Franco's top contender for the middleweight championship, but the angry Ga'vi- Ian howled In protest at "a bad decision." BE THANKFUL. You still have, lime to make your lif/- (or /murancc Cottrwd Rcprcjcntinf; AMERICAN GENERAL LIFE SOI E. Tern* Phone 2337 Frenchman Makes U.S. Boxing Debut NEW YORK —UP— Cherif Hamia. the .second part of France's one-two punch toward world box- in? titles, makes his U.S. professional debut Friday night against Carmelo Costa of Brooklyn and vows he will make up for Charles Humez' loss last week. MANY TOOK US UP ON OUR OFFER- BUT MANY MISSED IT-SO HERE IT IS REPEATED BY POPULAR DEMAND THE MOST FANTASTIC AUTOMOBILE DEAL EVER OFFERED IN BAYTOWN WILMINGTON. N.C. —UP—Little Gene Littler of PaJm Springs. Calif., playing his best golf since his Texas Open victory" held a one-stroke lead Friday "as a field of ir>0 swung into the second round of the S12,,')00 Azalea Open golf tournament. Littler fired a six-under-par 66 Thursday over the 6,793-yard Cape Fear country club course. But three other players were close behind Littler as par took a beating in the first round despite slow greens left soggy by an earlv morning rain. Murray-Go-Round » (Continued From Pnqr Nine) Extremely popular with players find 1 families. Noltieton is no less a shrewd operator. He learned well from UT's famed coach, Dr. Pr-nick. "He's <Penici;> one of the country's finesr. tennis couches." Xct- tleton says of his collegiate mentor. "He's done more for thy gume than any other living man in" this state." It was with almost revcn-nt tones the Gander couch spoke of his 8.3-year old former court bos*. "He instills something- in n player hard to get anywhere oise . . . maybe you'd call it court temperament . . . but it's very important.' 1 Clint continued. You could tell this voting man was imprcwied. won't be lor.g in finding out he can also ho impressive. For A Well Dressed Easter! * Be Well Fitted * Be Smartly Dresser * Be Comfortable colors fabrics 'New New New styling •IN HIS EASTER SUIT coon There's news in fhe new summer suits . . . . . styles and fabrics. 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