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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 13

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Monday, July 2, 3956 STAR ON Rise - - - By Alan Mover ** XIGH7- HA/I PER 0/1LY OriE Trie BREWER, OF r+/~ OFF To FA'yT <~>T fi£ t/AWr #AP MUC.4 'LIVELY 5ALL" TROUBLE, £/TH£ff. GAl ! £ cLL A/ID f/ELPSR. Cle i-ir FUJI Pag* !3 m Hy FKKJ) DOW.V United Press S|H»rts Writer The New York Yankees arc in an old familiar position today for an old f;imili;i.r reason: They'll occupy first, place on thy July 4 milestone because they're walloping"the bums" without mercy. The Yankees demonstrated anew that they know this ancient formula for- winning pennanls Sunday when they downed the seventh- plane Washington Senators 3-2 and S-6, to <c° four games ahead of the second-place Chicago \\*hite Sox. The sweep gave the Yankees an IS-'l record against the Senators and eighth-place Kansas City Athletics compared to a 2S-21 pace against the rest of the league-. In other words, the Y:in!\w.s :<:v The C'!.-vc!' Tl: . . f'i'.V Athletics scored a tee points of first place in the Na- I'rave-; soiit with ihc Ohir"ion playing .SIS bait against the two White, &x a -;t .,.;>.,,-.; i-i ,,y ,Y ; V ;; thiv runs in the. sixth inning to (ion . , T ,.,.,„. wh ... ..., ,,,,„.,,„ ,. ' Chicago bottom warns and only .571 ball they hi at lh> -.-,-. ;-<; :,IK! !.;-!. !>> ivat the IVtroit TU:ers. -I,'!, ami '^'!.L, I ^'': ! ! k :.^ h ''''..:! u i., Ahluauk '''i., ( :: U) "; against the live other rubs, lake the !;vv-;;:"su> xe::e-:, 3 ;:, T>:.- cm! iheir s:x-sa::u! lasm.sr skein in |[ ' " : '' ' ' ~~'-'~~-™ ~- - — ^ — The Yankees won the opener Indiana wiin '.'!.• eneaer with ; ihe ot!v>r Al, fjaniP Tom when Joe Collins walloped a "wron.-: way" lwu-ni» houier in the eighth iiinins;' and copped the nightcap on. the win^s of Mickey Maine's -Sth and '.'Siili hunu'r.s. Mantle's blows — the seventh and ninth innings — put hii:i eij-.ht The Ci:iciiinati Kodloas crushed WHKKE TO BUY - • !;, S'. l.tnijs Cardinals, I'M 5 and '' ' ',' ',. lo move within five- iviv.-n'.- | | 'I!].' i'-.'!Ul!li-i c- finOle'; SI':. pfV'l !l J« frames ahead oi Rabe Kmh's rec- live :;,;:;;e l.i-'i-i; 1 :-;:r-ii; w!:o:i iarv ^ ord 1!)27 p.'ipe. Ho hit one r;,:;'n; handed and (he other l,'ll-h:i!!.i.'d. i'i,/;^ v ::i:-:n';' iv/ivMitt hi.:r,, :-. g B¥i (X HfJ|J!jaiItC3 I' Holier pitchers won bull] Dailies for the VanKees — Tom Mori/an picked up his third win in :iie optMier and To:n St;u\liv,iut hi-: s'Xlh ir the nightcap. DIRTY CAR ON YOUR HIND? You Need A nl "v,!;^ ; i;;-;,;: ! r i;;L';^ I TVs & Appliances U'<!::i'e .l,:!in-:. ••'. \ ;•.•!•:.•.! a n.•!-!.-•;• yi If ;• 3- « i ::,.?';; l , u1 : ll ';;- ! :. i ^:; V :-?'. M \' ; ':' I R0var Appnance Co, "\W iiciiliy Service \Vlnit \Ve S.-ll" MINUTE CAR WASH AT . . . j <KK K. Jiimrx (llivy. Ilfi) WASH I'll. 51l'i Parade t!v .iACK (JUDJ)i' NIC'.V YORK i'!'Pi — M'.'iiiliK'.'V Marly Marion o:' the \\1iite Sox. a fellow who rccou-ssixes a first cla.s;j short.stoM \c)it:'a }'<>' sees *>ne. is heartily < l Midursin<r his own little Luis Aparicio today as the American League's .\o. 1 candidate lor the rookie of the year Marion, who wenl by the tille "Mr. Shovistop" diu-iiifc his play- iiis; days v.-ilh the St. Louis Car- •|inals. doesn't ordinarily ."'<-t ex- s-iled over .shortstipjis but he pulls out .'ill the stops when he starts disciissint;' the 22-year old. 150- "xtund Aparieio. "For a youiifrstnr with only two years pxporiencc 'n professional ;>all." Marion says, "Aftaraeio is pullinf: off plays in Ihr: fi^ld that nthor shortstops don't make when Ihey'ro up here '.10 years. '•\Vhen h" ivnorled lo us this ?priii!;. m'eryone told me ho wouldn't, hit major league pitch- inf,*. All 1 said was 'let's wait and see.' The way he fielded T would have been satisfied if be hit only .250. But he's shown me he's a better hitter than that and 1 see no reason why he can't wind up 20 or 2." points better than lhal." Aparicio, .born in V.arncnibo, Venezuela, started slowly Ibis season but Marion wasn't alarmed. "H'' was a little, nervous at first but, that wore off in a. hurry." says the White Sox skipper. "Don't forgot he onrne up to us from Memphis of tin- Southern Association and 1 e.o'iM whether he had ever seen ;i bi£ league; ^rtme, before." The experts said the White Sox p\\c up too much last winter wlv-n they turned shortstop Chic.o Cnrrasi-juel and outfielder .Tim Hov Much Money Die! You Save . . . /or Jn.MirflTicc Cottn.^/ Representing AMERICAN GENERAL LIFK WI ffi. Texas Phone 23.1T Busby over to Cleveland in o.x- rhanjfe for outfielder Lnrry Doby. They felt (hut the inexperienced Aparieio couldn't begin to fill Car- ra.sciuel'.s shoes. Mow. however, there arc some who are convinced ttet Aparicio is superior all-around to Carras- (|uel although Marion refuses to be drawn into any comparison of the two. Oddly. Aparicio and Camisqnel are neighbors now in Caracas, Venezuela, and Chieo even g~ave Luis tips on how to nlay shortstop. "We arc good friends." Aparicio declares. "He loach me a lot of thing's and sometimes we. play together in Venezuela." Back in Caracas. Aparicio's father was known as "the Babe Ruth of Venezuela." for his slugging: exploits but Luis is not much of a fence-busier himself. In his first year in organised baseball with Waterloo of the Three-! League in 1P.T4. Aparicio hit only four homers and last year he hit six with Memphis; so far he has hit one four-bagger with the Sox. 'He doesn't have to be a long ball hitter to help us," Marion points out. "He takes a good cut at the ball and before the season is over I'm sure he'll collect his share of extra base hits, "I was always a great admirer of Phil Rizzuto." Marion adds, "and Aparicio reminds me of him in a lot of ways. He's a real dandy and sure has made a tremendous difference to our ball club." Standings ... Hy I'.MTKI) T'KKSS .\iiiericitn League W. I.. I'd. .(MS .600 .574 .522 New York Chicago (Tie vela nd Hoston l-Ialtimorc 35 32 9 .12 38 .4" 13'i 1 37 .4-18 14 .3J*'-' IS'.. .371. 19'" NOW AVAILABLE THE YEAR 'ROUND AIR COOLED COMDmONER Also Available in 3 and 5-Ton Units Room Unifs Thru 2-Ton STRAIT RF.FRIGERAT50N CO. 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