Sweetwater Reporter (Sweetwater, Tex.), Vol. 52, No. 74, Ed. 1 Monday, March 28, 1949 Page: 2 of 8
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To Place In Angelo Meet
John Cox, Mustang trackman,
flashed across the tape in the 440
yard dash Saturday in 54.0 sec-
onds to win Sweetwater's only
first place in the San Angelo in-
vitation track meet.
Sweetwater was eighth in a
TMogs Looking Up
For Phillies With
Young Club Growing
(•KKAHtoATflft, Fla., March
28, (I I'l ♦- Things are looking
up for the cfrfee-forloru Phillies.
It is beginning to look like all
the money young Hol> Carpen-
ter has poured into the club is
going to start paying off.
Not in the form of a pennant
this year, or perhaps next, but
there is no doubt that Philadel-
phia's National League fortunes
are on the rise. Carpenter anil
his manager, likeable Eddie
Sawyer, will be well satisfied
this year if the club finishes in
the first division. It has a fight-
ing chance to. do that.
The Phillies are building on
youth witli a small mixture of
veterans ft> help out the kids,
but they figure to l>e stronger
next season and while they do
not rate up therewith the Dodg-
ers and Bravofc- in the preseason
forecasts, ihpy definitely are
out of thuflfys when they were
\^PHKK#I>\ O. K.
COLlfflGK STATION, (UP) —
Bill MiJPhtTson; Texas A&M
left fie^r who was injured
when heH-ollided with an out-
field fence, did not suffer a con-
cussion and probably will be
available fbr duty when the Ag-
gies open the Southwest Con-
ference season next Wednesday.
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field of 13 Markers for the meet
with five points. Twenty teams
entered, seven did not score.
Kerrville's Tivy High Antlers
matched wits with wind and dust
and pounding cleats to win the
championship with 44 points.
Second in line for the crown was
lraan with 28.
Daniels of Kerrvllle was the
outstanding individual of the
track tourney with firsts in the
KM) at 10.2 seconds and first in
the 220 yard dash wth 22.8 sec-
onlds. He also anchored the
winning 4 10 yard relay to get
high meet honors with 1114
points. His teammate. Smith
was second with 11 points and
Allen of Sonora took eight for
Korrville made good showings
in both track and field events,
winning firsts in the 1(M) yard
dash, 140 relay, 220 dash, mile
run, high jump, and pole vault.
Daniels received a special
trophy for his high point total.
Stovall's victory in the pole
vault gave Kerrville permanent
possession of an award present-
ed by Nathan's Jewelers as three-
year trophy in that event.
120-yard high hurdles — Allen
Sonora; Smith, Kerrville; Chap-
man, Hoscoe. Time 15.0 sec. ties
'1944 recod by Yeas of Del Rio.
100-yard dash—Daniels, Kerr-
ville; Goode, San Tngelo, 10.2 sec-
220-yard dash—Daniels, Kerr-
ville; Hall, San Angelo; Goode,
San Angelo. Time 22.8 seconds.
440-yard dash—Cox, Sweet-
water; Dempsey, lraan;
Holdsworth, Kerrville. Time
200-yard low hurdles — Allen,
Sonora; Snlith Kerrville. Time
23.it to break old record of 1945-
'46 of 24.4.
440-yard relay—Kerrville; San
Angelo and Sonora. Time 46.1
880-yard run — Cox,
Granger, Sonora; Stapler,
Tin. Time 2.11.5 minutes.
Mile run — Richardson,
ville: McElver, lraan; Riddle,
Lakeview; and Bearden, Snyder.
Time 4:52.5 minutes.
Mile relay lraan; Roscoe; Son
ora and Robert Lee.
Pole Vault — Stovall, Kerr-
ville; Smith, Robert Lee. 11 feet.
7 one eighth inches breaks old
record 11-0 inches J948, also at
Shot put—Bruton, Robert Lee;
and Martin of lraan. 42 feet 0 and
three quarters inches.
Broad jump—Barker, Colorado
| City; and Johnson, Kerrville. 20
ifeet, lit/, inches.
Discuss — Blair, Robert Lee;
j-Mstfiaig,. Colorado City; and
[Dempsey, lraan. 117 feet, 8
Owners Mr. and Mi s. Warren Wright visit their Calumet sensation,
Coaltown, at Florida's Hialeah Park. The Bull Lea colt equaled
world mile-and-a-quarter mark in Gulfstream $20,000 handicap with
a clocking of 1:59 4/5, breaking the half and mile records on the
way. Citation's stablemate equaled Indian Broom's mile-and-an-
eighth mark of 1:47 3/5 earlier this year.
Point Lead Not Enough
Win From Kentuckians
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ways io learn
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305 0*K STREET PHONE 4911
Training At H.S.U.
AlilLENK. March 28— (UP)—
i An experience-laden Ilardin-
! Simmons University football
j squad launched spring training
j Monday with bright prospects
| that the 1940 Cowboy eleven will
| lie one of the best in recent years.
In addition to a large group of
veterans — all but two of last
years starters—the squad will in-
clude 28 freshmen from last fall's
unbeaten first-year group.
Coach Warren Woodson was
highly optimistic over the Covv-
\ boy's hopes.
j "The freshmen are the best
we have had and the coaching
j staff eagerly is looking forward
to the spring drill," Woodson
I said. "Their presence is like a
shot in the arm."
The spring drills will be in two
sessions, March 28-April 13 and
May Hi-May 31.
TO PI-AY KANSAS
DALLAS, (UP)— A four-year,
| home-and-home agreement for
j football games between South-
ern Methodist University and
the University of Kansas was
| announced by SMC athletic di-
rector and coach Matty Bell.
The first game will be played
in Dallas Oct. 25, 1952.
The schedule is so arranged
that in the years SMU meets
Kansas here, it will play Miss-
ouri, another Big Seven con-
ference power, in Columbia, and
vice versa, Bell said.
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SEATTLE .Wash., March 28—
(UP) — Thirty-six points just
aren't enough to beat the Ken-
tucky Wildcats any more, the
Oklahoma Aggies ruefully ad-
Time was—hack in the 1947
Sugar Bowl—when you could
tally 36 points yourself, tie the
Wildcats in knots and wall; off
with a 36 to 30 triumph. That's
what the Aggies did the last time
they played Kentucky.
But the same deep-freeze tac-
tics didn't work quite so well this
year. The Wildcats didn't get as
Training Camp Briefs
VERO BEACH, Fla., March 28
(UP)—Manager Burt Shotton
of the Brooklyn Dodgers to-
day hand-picked five of his|tuck.v',
brightest rookies to accompany
the varsity on an exhibition
swing through Texas.
Named to make the trip, and
apparently with a good chance
to make the team, were Pitch-
ers Jack Banta and Clarence
Podbelian from Montreal, Pitch-
! er Morris Martin from St. Paul,
j first-baseman Dee Fondy from
j Fort Worth, and outfielder Cal
I Abrams from St. Paul.
Despite their 3 to 1 loss to the
Philadelphia A's "B" team yes-
I terday, the Dodgers were cheer-
| ed by the showing of Pitcher Rex
j Barney. Previously futile this
spring, Barney went the route
| and pitched a five-hitter, losing
j because Dick Fowler hurled a
I three-hitter for the A's.
TAMPA, Fla., March 28 (UP)
- Boston Braves' outfielder
Clint Conatser, who was beaned
during yesterday's game here
against Cincinnati, was "under
observation" today in Tampa
Conatser was struck in the
I back of the head by a pitch
thrown in the seventh inning
| by Rookie Hurler Frank Fano-
vich of the Reds. He was not
] knocked unconscious, but was
j taken to the hospital for X-Rays
j and observation.
The injury overshadowed the
13 to 4 defeat handed the Braves
by the Reds. Ted Kluszewski's
I homer led Cincinnati as it, tal-
lied four runs ir. the fourth and
five in the sixth. Phil Masi and
Ed Stanky homered for Boston.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. Mar.
28 (UP)--Jo DiMaggio won't be
j in the lineup when the New
York Yankees tangle with the
| Philadelphia Phils today, but he
may be ready to play on Wed-
' The famed "Yankee Clipper"
said yesterday he will give his
ailir.g" heel another test when
the Yanks clash with the Cincin-
nati Reds. He pinch-hit only a
fly-ball out against the St. Louis
Cards yesterday as the Yanks
were blanked, 1 to 0.
PASADENA, Cal., March 28
(UP) — Veteran righthander
Hal Gregg and rookie southpaw
Chet Johnson were set to toe the
slab today for the Pittsburgh
Pirates as they faced the St.
Louis Browns again.
Yesterday the two teams play-
ed to a 12-ir.ning, 7-7 tie at San
Bernardino as relief pitchers
Hugh Casey of Pittsburgh and
Tom Ferrick of the Browns duel-
ed. Homers were hit by Les
Moss, Jack Graham, and Sher-
man Lollar of St. Louis and Ed
Bookman of Pittsburgh.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 28
(UP) It looked today as if;
blaze-bailer Bobby Feller and
the venerable Satchel Paige will j
be in shape to hurl at the start
of the season for the world'
champion Cleveland Indians.
Feller gave up five hits in ,
five innings, Paige two in four
yesterday and the Tribe beat the
San Francisco Seals, A to 2. Ear-
lier in the day the Indians beat
the Oakland Acorns, 1 to 0, on
Dale Mitchell's home run.
many points as usual, but they
still registered a 16-36 win over
the Aggies in the finals of the
NCAA basketball tournament on
Coach Hank Ilia, who taught
his Aggies to become the coun-
try's best defensive unit, hail
hoped his Bob Harris could put
the clamps on Alex Groza, Ken-
tucky's six-foot, seven-inch scor-
Harris couldn't manage the
job and fouled out after only
four minutes of the second half.
That was the "tell" of the game
and Groza went on to score 25
points—giving him an NCAA rec-
ord of 82 in three games, busting
the tourney mark set two years
ago by Bob Kurland of the Ag-
There was no hiding Ken-
jubilation at having re-
deemed its defeat of the national
tournament. The Wildcats felt,
and everybody agreed with them,
that they had re-established
themselves at the top of the col-
The only team that could dis-
pute that at all was San Fran-
cisco. winner of the national in-
"This is the one we've been
waiting for." said Kentucky
Coach Adolph Hupp when the
finale was over. "We've been
playing steadily for almost two
years and we're glad its over."
During those two years, the
Wildcats compiled oen of the
most amazing records in the his-
j lory of the game. Last year they
won the NCAA tourney, sent five
men to the Olympic games ami
had them tour Europe after their
Olympic triumph. This year
iliey had an overall record of 32
victories and two defeats.
leant Wins In
Sweetwater was the "terror"
of the annual invitation tennis
meet at San Angelo Saturday
winning first in hoys and girls
doubles and boys singles.
Jerry Goad and Carl Nunn,
Pony double team downed the
San Angelo A team for the
tropy 8-C, 8-fi. They had elim-
ated Eden and the Angelo B
team to play in the finals.
Melade DeCJaish, singles entry,
downed Walter of Sonora 6-3, 6-4
in the first round and Hale Ran-
dolph of Abilene for a trip to the
finals. He won the boys singles
by downing Charles Harher of
San Angelo r>-3, 6-5,
The girls doubles, Dolores Ed-
wards and Jane Walker won over
Janet Sommers and Nita Wal-
den of Kerrville 6-2, 2-6, 6-2 for
The girls single entry, Sara
Beth Marsh, lost in the semi-
finals to a former Sweetwater
girl, Glenda Abbott of San An-
gelo 6-1, 6-4. Sue Cook was elim-
inated by Dianne Estes of Abi-
lene 6-3, 6-3 in the quarter-finals.
San Angelo's Glenda Abbott
won the girls A team single play
from Dianne Estes of Abilene,
6-1. 6-4, for a mild upset.
Other Sweetwater players
competing in the meet were:
Jack Scott and Herman Ohlen-
bush, boys B te;>m doubles; Glo-
dean Neeper and Dorothy Rush-
ing, Girls B team doubles; Billy
Reynolds, boys B team singles
. .. v
Cleveland outfielders, left to right, Bob Kennedy, Larry Doby
Ailie Clark and Dale Mitchell, are an indication of the strength ol
star-studded world champion Indians.
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FIRE IN HIROSHIMA
TOKYO, March 28 (UP) —
Fire in atom-bombed Hiroshima
has destroyed some 400 homos,
lapanese press reports said to-
The press reports put damage
at some $500,000. The reports
said 1,500 persons were made
homeless by the fire but there
were no casualties.
11 Slates Entered
For Track Meet In
August, April 1-2
AUSTIN, March 28 (UP)) —
Track and field competitors
from 11 states, including a ros-
ter bristling with performers
I from eight previous meets, are
j signed up to take part in the
22nd annual running of the Tex-
i as relays here next week-end.
A near-record turn oul of 99
j teams and 1,100 contestants will
compete in the show on April
1-2, Director Clyde Littlefield
lie saw a good chance for a
new record, since the entry book :
will not be closed unitl Tuesday.
The present mark for contes-
tants in (he track and field car-
nival, one of the nation's largest,
was set in 1938, with 1,206 ath-
Little Jerry Thompson, going
into his seventh Texas relays'
competition, will head the list
Specializing in the one-mile
! run, in which he holds the South-
S west conference record, Thomp-
I son formerly was a University
of Texas track star.
Other returning champions in-
clude Roiiini Prat her, Kansas
State; George Kadera, Texas A.
& M. College; Jack Heintzman,
Bradley; Augie Erfurth, Rice;
Charley Parker and John Rob-
ertson, Texas; and Darrow
Hooper, north side high school
of Fort Worth.
The Roscoe Cosden team of
the Major League won first place
in the team events of the annual
Sweetwater bowling tourney at
the Bowling Palace Sunday aft-
ernoon with 2,80(1 pins.
The team competition was
"closely contested throughout
with good sportsmanship dis-
played by all involved," tourna-
I ment Manager Bill Holbert said
Dougles and singles play are
slated for Friday evening.
Tropies amounting to approxi-
! imately $100 will be presented
I the winners and runner-ups at
the end of the meet.
10. K. Willis of Roscoe Cosden
captured high series and game
with a score of 557 and 216. He
was followed by Bernie Hawley
of the JayOees with 536 and 200.
Others breaking 500 were:
Six Named To All
Texas Cage Team
ABILENE (IIP)—The 1948-19
all-Texas conference basketball
quintet is really a septet.
The team, announced by the
Abilene Reporter-News after a
poll of coaches, placed two men
each from champion Abilene
Christian, Howard Payne and
McMurry and one from Austin
A three-way tie developed for
the fifth spot between Sam Sto-
vall of ACO, Jim Wilson of Aus-
tin College and Don Loyd of Mc-
The other four spots went lo
Dee McXutt of ACO and Herman
Moore of HPC, the only unani-
mous choices, Glen Whitis of
HPC and Hershel Kimbrell of
Bill Holbert, 520; E. C. Duncan,
| 528 Dr. R. (). Peters, 519; Delmas
I Perry, 514; and L. C. Kennnrner
I with 501.
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