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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 11

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j_Friday, March" 30, 1950 Lamar Redskins Win Houston Meet If Gander Mile-Relay Turns In 3:22.3 U.V TOM..MUKKAY Sun S|iort.K JCdilur 1IO USTON— (Sp.) — Twisn ly-f i vo hundred sul fliiltlx'rK.'islcil u | I'nl)- lio School 'Sliuliuin Thursday us crippled l.uniur unleashed Us lury for (!(! points to <rul> the Houston ISeluys. But they stood and cheered with litter amazement, the • plucky Robert E- Lee Gander mile-relay team as it blazed to a scintillating 3:22.3 DRIVE THE BIG NEW Studebaker Today J. B. HOLLAWAY MTR CO. 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''What, gives here?" Smajstrla was springtin down the hack-stretch when Lamar's Tom Price ate up those five yards to all hut pull oven. Then 1 Smajsilrla called upon his championship reserve to turn on an astounding kick and handed off to anchorman Jerry Capps with a 10-yard lead. Smajstrla was caught in- 48.3 Here's Tally On Houston Relay Events Summaries: Discus throw; i) Jim Allison, Lamar. 153 feet 7?i inches: 2) Lynn Wooley, Lamar, 139 feet 4 1 .; inches; 3) Sherrill Roberts, Freeport. 1SS feet; 4) Jim Johnson, Pasadena, 137 feet 3 J » inches. Pole vault: alike Howell, PaUi- Weldcr-Victoria. 12 feet 4 inches; 2) Bill Fulien, Ball. Galveston, 11 feet 6 inches: 3-1-5) tie among Jerry \Vade. Lamar. Fred Hofheinz, Lamar, and Adraln Kighl, .Pasadena. 11 feet. <Xev.- record, old record 11 feet 10 inches, by Billy Hinkle of Bayiown in 1955>. Shot put: 1) Jim Allison, Lamar, 52 feet lO'i inches; 2> Milam Schverak. Reagan. 51 feet 2'i inches; 3) Prentice Davis, Lce-Eay- to'.vn. 4!t feet 3 inches: -i) Bill Finch, Lec-Baytown. 49 feet 2vi inches. •. Sprint medley relay: 1) Robert E. Lce-Bayto-.vn 'Jerry Capps, Robert ?,Iay. Anton Sniajstrla, John Russell); 2) Lamar-Houston; 3) Port .Arthur; 41 Freeport. Time: .T:.1R.3. (New record: old record, 3:36.4. set by Lee-Baytfwn, 3954.i 100-ycl. dash: i) Waylancl Whip- pic. Lamar. 2) David Myrow <'Reagan) 31 Ijeonard Fawcett. Reagan: •!) Bert Coan. Pasadena: 5i jlmmie Hcinolcl. \Vclcicr-Victoria. Time 10.2. Broad jump: j) Leonard Faw c ett, Reagan i, 23 feet 1 inch; 2) Bill Young:, Lee-Baytov.-n, 20 feet 6 1 Linches; 3' Denton Parker, Freeport. 20 feet -I-"-; inches; 4) Robert Arbaugh, Ijamar, 19 feet 10V1- inches. (iN'cw record; old record. 21 foot S^i inches, by Ronald Beauford of Galena Park in 1952.) 120-yd. high hurdles: 1> Emmitt Baker. Freeport; 2) Morris Cherry. 1'asadena; 3) Herb Wukasch. Pa- .-sadi-rna; 4) Francis Clingman. Welder-Victoria. Time: 15.". 440-yard relay: 3) Lamar-Housto n (Tom Mayor, Bill Gallagher, Chri.s Brown, and Wayland.Whip- p!ci; 2) Reagan-Houston; ?,) Pasadena: 4» tvce-Bay town. Time: 43.2. N'ow riu-ord. OUl record 43.3 by Kny-Corpus in 1955. J80-y:u-d low hurdles: 1) Denny Pedor-ion d^njunr); 2i L'irr>- May <P;isa<U>ii;ii; S) Emmitt "Baker 'Fret-port); !) Victor Sullivan iKt'MSan). TIIIIO: 20.2. SSO-yanl relay: 3' Ko.igan (David Myrow. Anlhony Vento. Carl Kiker, and Ix!otiani Fawectt): 2> La- niar; 31 Galena Park: 4) Sam Houston; 5) Lee-Baytown. Time: 1:30.3. i Ties new record set in pre- liminarios !>y Lamur. Old record 1:30.4 set by I^imar in 1955. Olio-mile run: 1) i-ionalcl Weber (\\'i.'lder - V i c t o r i a); 2) Johnny \\"alkor (Port Arthur); 3) Bamot Garrison (Lamar); -I) James Hopkins (Galena Park); tirno: -1.;32.3, 'Now record. Old rpcord by Mario Garcia of Miller-Corpus in 1354 was -l:3G.!U One-mile relay: it Lnnv.ir i Denny Pcder.son, Bill Gallagher, Frank Price, and Tom Mayor); 2) Baytown; 3> Port Arthur; 4» Pasadena. Time 3:22.2. (New record. OUl record :i:24.2 set by Lee-Baytown in !!>.>!. i High jump: 1) Bob Williams (Lamar* C> foot 2\ inches: 2' Joe Dove (Pasadena) S feet 1 inch: .VI-51 Tio among Francis C'.isman (Welder-Victoria), Bob Punnam (L-imart and Richard Anderson i Davis) 6 feel. 'New record. Old record of 6 foct. 2 inclies sr! by Henry Dickson of Lamar in 1932). Final team standings: Lamar 66, Rrai:;in 30, Baytown 24, Pasadena 20. Free-port .13. Victoria 12, Port Arthur 11, Galena Park. 5. R.'ili-Galvcston 3, Sam Houston 2, Davis 1. for lhi> quarter, nut Uitnar's Tom Mayor closed (he ^iii* on Capps und as Ilicy c.Hinc jiniuml (he final turn (lie Lcc lad led by a yard. Neck and neck they came down the .stretch, but/in the .last five yards Mayor eased ahead to nip the flying Capps by no more than a foot. Heart-broken, Capps was mobbed by other participants in the race, save Lamar. For he had truly run a great race, along with Young, May and Smajstrla. Mayor just ran a heifer one. "Don't (ret over (hat," said Port Arthur's Ken Whallcr, palling Capps on the hack . . . (hey knew you were in the race." Bert Coan, still puffing, walked across the field and clapped Capps on the back with, "That's the way to run that thing . . . you'll get 'em." The mile-relay performance, despite the excrutiating finish, was the night's high-point for t,he out- manned but gallant Ganders. FIDELITY* O u. AUTO LOANS AUTO REFINANCING '* Finance With Confidence! FiDELITY ACCEPTANCE CO. 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'•t even -overshadowed u brilliant; record-shattering sprint medley performance by Capps, May, Smajslria and haJf-miler Cougar Leads In Houston Golf Tourney HOUSTON —UP— Rex Baxter of the University of Houston led the wny into Friday's play in the Southwestern Intercollegiate golf tournament with a four-under-par GS Thursday. Right behind Baxter with G9's were Frank Wear of Southern Methodist and. Arlyn • Scott of Hardin-Simmons. In all, eight of 64 players managed to. tie or break par on the 6,800-yard, par-72 Pine Forest Country Club course. Team play cor-tiriues also with four 36-hole matches scheduled in both 'the winner's and loser's brackets. Louisiana State University plays SMU. Oklahoma A&M meets Te::as A&M, North Texas faces Texas Tech and Houston .takes on Texas in the winner's bracket. Also a Loser's Bracket In the loser's bracket it is Rice vs. Colorado, Hardin-Simmons vs. Nebraska. Oklahoma vs. New Mexico and Baylor vs: Wichita. John 'Russell. They covered the mile plus seven yard* in 3:36.3. Houston officials, second time in two years, staggered the relays wrong, making the Ganders run seven steps too far. But potent Port: Arthur was in worse shape, having to run an extra 29 yards, finishing about that far behind in third. Lamar, the only team in the race that ran the normal mile, ran 15 yards behind in second. Lee got only 24 points for third place behind Reagan's 30 in run- ncrup position but they were nearly all surprises. Bitf Bill Young came through with second in the broad-jump on a leap of 20 feet 8!4 inches. A new sprint-relay team of Lynn Gray, May, Smajstrla and Stan MeKinney g r a b b e A a fourth after un original quartet had been shut out in tr.vo previous meets." U". C. Wallace, McKinnye, Bill Hearon and Smajstrla combined^ to give Lee a fourth in the S80- yarcl relay, another mild shocker. Bill -Finch grabbed a fourth in the shot and Prentice Davis edged him for second. Lee's three milers, Bubba Hawkins, Jerry Mabry and Jim McLean failed to place in the terrific, race that had three men breaking the previous record. Victoria Ronnin Weber did •1:32.3 as Port Arthur's Johnny Walker and Lamar's Barnett Oarrison also smashed the 4:36.9 mark, set two years ajfo by Miller's Mnro Garcia. Loaded like a seven-day drunk, powerful Lamar scored high in 12 of the 13 events as they trampled the field. But Reagan's Leonard Fawcctt turned in a scintillating finish to defeat Lamar's 880-relay team and rankle the Lamars. Fawcett, • amazinsj one-armed youngster, scored ~11 individual points to pace the rimners-up setting a new broad-jump record, 23-1. •Jim Allison, Lamar, won both the shot and discus but failed to reach the records predicted for him. Bert Kiveil's Redskins set three relay records, rnning the 440-yard shuttle in 43.2, the 880 in 1:30.3' in prelims, and the miie in 3:22.2. A fourth Lamar record was claimed by high-jumper, Bob "Williams, who leaped 6-2 3/8. just over Lamar Henry Dickson's, old mark. Billy Hinkle's 11-10 pole vault record went by the boards as Victoria's - i^llke Howell set a new standard at 12-4. The win gave the swaggering Lamar powerhouse its fourth consecutive major track championship. HATAWAY ELECTRIC CO. 24 HOUR SERVICE IB. Lobit , DM 7492 MIKE FRANSSEN STATE RESERVE LIFE "Seo Me Befort You Di«" Thod Felton's BAYSHORE'S Easter Sale! NEW 1956 MERCURY CUSTOM HARDTOP COUPE THIS IS NOT A STRIPPED CAR . . .THIS PRICE INCLUDES TUTONE PAINT, AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION, WHITE TIRES,. TINTED GLASS, FOAM CUSHIONS, RADIO, HEATER, WINDSHIELD WASHERS, ELECTRIC CLOCK, BACK-UP LIGHTS, TURN SIGNALS, GRILL GUARDS, OIL FILTER, FOUR BARREL CARBURETOR AND THE BIG 215 H.P. MOTOR SIMILAR SAVINGS ON ALL OTHERS IN STOCK! Through Saturday Only! LIST $3575.00 2775 SO YOU CAN DRIVE TO CHURCP EASTER SUNDAY IN THE MERCURY OF YOUR CHOICE! 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