The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 136, Ed. 1 Sunday, June 10, 1951 Page: 4 of 12
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THE URANOE LEADER
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ORANOE. TEXAS, SUNDAY, JUNE
- iAc. yiwmv# r«i0 Picked
sTeakisshattered For All-State BB Team
Rv Jcrrv liiskl __in / A ttt__ Park 1.384).
By ’'^api* AUSTIN. June 10. (AP)—
r£ ™ rufhinr New York Champion Sooth Park of
Park < S84).
Wtmier of Odessa
Pirates Claim Win
— - >inS ?CVL. *°'K Be'aumont and runnerup ^167)-
Yankees chilled the Chicago Highland Park of Dallas 3B-Ray
While Six for the second "Sfour piavers on the all-
22l« IS SStE&Z “T=2JTiSS*M
__it day, todL„,... , . ___ ___
min*"the pale hose league lead to ^rln& ^ third (.250).
2 1-2 games and shatter ng a me- h championship OF-
game win streak by Billy Pierce.
Mitchell of South
C—David Verble of South Park
-Fnnk Gee of Odessa
South Park also had the toum
A Crowd of 14,728 saw Uw
Yankees relentleaaly run their
■coinn master y »»vr the Sox to
four game* to one behind a 14- tu ..... «, ».... ----------—
jiH attaek. in winning the Class AA title in-
„ . „ , eluding a two-hit victory over
Although Frank (Spec) Shea HiehIand park in the final,
started and surrendered a 6-2 lead tournament
Byrne, his second decision against
. .1 Alt Peul’a Method ill ..— 13 I 1
Stock Car Races
WIN Bo Staged
Dodgers Are Loser?
BROOKLYN, June 9 (AP)
___ —Little Murry Dickson, acee
The L*Me League Mustang* ^
auu... «•««. ____________ OF—Jerry Singletary of South ,
ysnssaasis: "SSb #». - ~ _
ies to two of their three vjgertes Park (.545). Friday night with several u4"'r4*' R H pet
- "J-t- *K“ AA t,t,p *“ I. P—Jerry Nelson of South Park gg* the Church and u^on Uoton ......„ S li %o
(2-0). Industrial leagues showing rota t»a*ow rwe Motora » • »* m
P—Ed Henning of Tyler (0-1). cnough batting and pitching jj*nu J “ 'J
p—Garland Fuqua of Odessa powers to be-a tough contender ‘Z Z.t * * *u
0-0). for either'o£ the circuit champ- -
P—Jim Robertson of Highland lonshipi. “Though*e,thrte*montha caeaoi «aof«
,, erhedule for the pennant is still
pwiiway luauy SST.
The second jveek of stock easily roll over game winning streak today as
car races will be atagud^nt the Mrtinnl of Leader Hot Shot*, he cheeked the Dodgers, 4-1. to»
newly created MacArthur , d ut the first his seventh victory of the reason.
wrwiatt'ssss ass«. Dl,_n>uowrieuhtuul.u,
abmit Two miles west of Orange day afternoon on the Curt) gpr(fad them ovor ag many innings.
b Highway 90 near the Grande school diamond. Utile fo“r*fo^ He held the Dodgers hitless in th#
.Jr inn at- five inch Jerry Grisham was the doubleplays eased
afternoon on the
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HfSSSSS s £S'.ijsasjrs
a____j.....u.i tt.mHuu nnH uw to three hits. 0s many tries over the Dodgers.
wild in the eighth and was yanked
in favor of Joe Ostrowski after
hitting a batter and walking two
to fill the bases.
The Sox, who owned a »lx-
game win string and 20 decisions
in 22 starts before the Yanks
showed np yesterday, had to
derrick the ineffective Pierce in
the fifth after the Yank* had
battered him for nine hits and
a 6-2 lead.
?%'WT•■UP'T’ -IT’—- -"Jjr u* 0', N 1 ■ *1 f*V
schedule for the pennant is still
In its. infancy,.it i» expected that
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Bob McHuRh's ^
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the leagues will be nip and tuck J
After two weeks of tough Galveston, races. And in Galves-
It was Pierce s first defeat since breaks, several members of ton, the locals only managed to
it was Pierce s first defeat since breaks, several members oi aV,
May 3 when he bowed to Wash- the ]ocal Boating Club left for take aacond Pthces. all
ington. 7-1, and left him with a uv^nnrt tnHsv tn narticinate were reported to go,
7-3 season record.
At Lawrence Leads
BS Loop Sluggers
affairs all the way with nearly
all the teams making a strong bid
for the . upper division. However
it is stiU too early in the season
for any team to hold an undisput-
ed Slot: . .
The game «f the week w»*
played Friday night when the
Naval Station nine polled »■
eight ran rally in the last *f
the seventh inning tn come from
and beat the Paal Gasow
Feed Mater club, 0-8, tn an In-
ddntrial league mrap. In
nlCMh opener, the McDonald
Memorial Bapttot ehareh team
Erased P-st the First Baptist
Lias elesely played amteb,
5 tn 4. „
In the opener, the Nava! Sta-
a. cole —
1. Jones ------
H. Jones —
8. H«*»rt —
B. Jones _U,
The Dodgers nicked IMckerwon
for their lone run In the first
inning on a walk and a triple
by Duke Snider. *
Wally Westlake was the Pirates’
big gun. He drove in three runs
on a single and his 15th home rujj^
of the season.
Don Newcombe started for the
Dodgers and was charged with
SI. Mark’s MethedM
an accomplishment now that the a short margin
long list of .300 sluggers is dwind-
S£ ’T'n^Z^ «••»> >» ,od„.
h e aftTuS^g r^r^or«^
^ h placed tude for the one dozen baseballs jumpeii to ah early lead pushing
kC Si V a JZt donated - to their league by the «« in the first frame, one
the Baytown club in a neca n fciiw lritnara, Hnmp in ihe second, added two lh the
fifth, one in the sixth and two
----^ , more in the top half of the
en the most valuable player of
the week in the Orange Softball
The bad breaks started two league. He collected six hits in
H smith .....
. ... 1
M. Dart* -----
Every Man** BIW»
Player AB R
By The Associated Prem the Baytown emo m a » ^aicr Funeral Home.
Austin’s A1 Lawrence ride^neek run with the Orange throt- ---
merrily alone as the Big State tiers. However, it is believed that f , v— hwn choa.
3S?, top hmer and it’s quite the local club is still out front by *•> ***£*.*!L
a WhlUker ......
O. W. HyUnd —
j. cntn -........-
p. itlUw —
L. J. Sehrisber .
C. W. Lormond
Jb piekmg up the eight runs in
ng list of .301) sluggers is aw,The ^ breaks started two league. He collected six tuts m ^ seventh canto, the boys in myer
3g- weeks ago at Waco. Four boats seven trips to the plate for the blue 0Sed three hits, two walks, a R. Anderson
— “*> * «==
boat, straight matches against no do- tar scven 0f the runs. H
Baptist BrelhtrhMd •» OrsofetleM
AB R H Pet.
average, six points better than
his Manager Tom Jordan can do.
mom for seven of the runs,
covered the left tame sent in to
the lead with Cecil McClung of
Wichita Farts-for the iwtet dou-
The list of .300 men has been
out to 33 in averages through
games of June 1.. And thats a
in to replace
oy Lituiyr uwral „ ML, ____m__ll) t ^ _____ Chib WlUl- and tha I
boat erttered. Steen won the first out making an error,
three- races he was ■<*•&+
but turned over at *•»— —*■ maae o.v ouwy ocu*, vs- one oui ««u —----
of the fourth. for the Paul Gaeow Motor dub. Naval Station club when the
__. ,LJ, _A. Beltz, who plays second base, was called in the seventh.
cut to im in aveiutjea ““““•»■• The °V^r . . f0n0WiTC snagged a hot, staling line drive _ m ^ reate
games of June 1. And that’s a tor trouble. And tlW foUo ng ^ looked ^ ^ a dnch wt> and M ^
comparatively small number from week was t^td get the a dol|bJe pta aU u*
earlier lists. qmtora back incon<Hfipnfor_the when an opposing player
s Manager Tom Jordan can ao. abjjss Grange”, which is driven feats. He has covered the left wa3 sent
The Austin slugger also shares by George Steen whs the single field position for t|» chib with- Harmon and the
. . „ •. ••-..I---- Steen won the first out making an error. a fielder’s., choice and a ny nan
vas entered in, The best play of Q»e week was puahed In the winning telly. Only
at the first lap made bv oiney Beltz, who plays one out had been called against
rimor,ur Motor dub. o__ctntinn club when the
alone when an — - . -
left second on the line drive, and
was forced out.
Giants Wallop Cabs
10-1; Mt 5 Homers
hit*, while walking ene
.«| striking wt one. Harmon
eight him off Hxnnon. He walk
«d five and straek oat two. The
Ga»«w team made one emm and
the Naval Station made three.
five home runs today, two by A1
Dark, to trounce the Chicago
Cubs, 10-1. Wes Westrum, Ed
tlK)5, IU-A. ncs ,
Stanky and pinch-hitter Bill Rig- - in the opener,
,.,u oxirA/i. thn nthpr hnm^rs.
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ney whacked the other homers, team beat hut the First BapOst
Jim Hearn stopped the Cuba
four hits, including a first-inn
home run by Phil Cavarretta.
Rahmes Hits .403
To Lead Circuit
hit* over the First Baptist’s four.
Marvin WUkerson, who was the
winning twirlcr on the McDonald
SvSi SS ES” C: ^
Cockrell, who took his second de- R l. h™
. . ■ .l_ ...... uaoAn. struck J. Bund ..
E. Peveto ------------ 7
B. johnaan :........... *
H. Heathman 4
R. Hutchinson--. 4
B. Glasgow -----— »
R. Montongu- 0
R. Shaw -------------*
T. Galbarth ---------3
L. Harmon - ——- 1
B. Hubbard .....----3
C. Phillips ---------4
R. Logan —-------- 4
S. Carpenter --------6
C. Wilton ................ 3
L. Whitman --------0
V. Shelton -------3
O. Carey ............—— s
H. Schrleber --------- 1
C. UtBttff .....i------- 1
C. William* ,—.......... •
D. Hick* .............»
St. Haal*» MethuOtet
D. Morgan -— ----> 1
A. Ben# ---------»-*- 1
J. Hampton —-----1
J. R. Dnpui* -------... 3
P. Slgona ‘
? SP?L= 1
C. Newman .—w-— 8
j. Wroten -----3
H. Cea*ar ----——-.1
Speedway last Sunday and saw to three hits,
stock car races for the first time Hot gbots Tie Count
in Orange. ^>be Mustangs reached the score
Since the opening, drivers from board for one tally J*e
throughout the Sabine area have inning, but the Hot Shots quic y
notified the local speedway op- evened the count when p
eratom that they would compete one player around the «» .
in today’s races. It is proposed the same frame. The Mu ^
that from 2P to 30 drivers will added one counter in th** “*°.
take pyrt Ip the wild chases schc- cahto, and then in the th
duled 'today. - ning went on a wild scoring -P
, for 10 counters.
gef S a* treckst o^’uroe.T” Five hits-two of them homers the de—’. Hcretired In the fourth
.rtain, (hat exettement will run ^w^fourSS SittVouiden ^
Though this sport is still young ed ball was used to push across " Newcombe injured1 his shoulder
in this: urea. It has rapidly be- the runs. The Mustangs were held pitching to Ralph Kiner, Pirate
come quite papular and has regu- . scoreleiw in the fourth frame by lead cff batter in the fourth. Kinej
lar attendees by the thousands. relief pitcher Stephen Browmng. grounded to Second Basemai
nsmitnuB one of the The Hot Shots’, starting pitcher. jackje Robinson. Robinson made
L. «» '»W . .wo-b.» wild «.row « U»
ised everyone attending the races man.
today some real thrUls, for speed One Game c*rt“
and spills aid wiU run high. ‘We Monday afternoon one gam*si-
have searched the country this scheduled. It wilJ. ^ s^Mary’s
oast week for the best drivers, croft school and the St. Mary*
and many of them wUl participate club in the Senior league of Boy
in the races today. And when you Baseball Association. No game is
get this many speed-minded scheduled in the Little League
throttters In a pin at one time, FranR Honoran, association
-3u can expect prac c chairman, announced Saturday K held the pirates at bay on
,*• , . ■ ,, «, and that a meeting of all managers in George Metkovich’s fifth-
• ««*rt house rllSL Zn hi* two run homer.
The purpose of the meeting win
be to decide on the season’s
schedule. Br0WtlS JUI1TO OTIS »
Holloran pointed out that thL B..* ' „
meeting is very important and Fq|> g_/ QeCiSIOIl
mannupf*! itft|A c8nnot Bttend the
. ii-opd to send a repre- ST. LOUIS, June 9. (AP) Rag
session are urged to send CoJeman, who tripied twice ear-
lier in the game, singled Jim Del
would take over the St. Louis
a two-base wua uirow on
grounder. It was Robinson’s first
error in 29 games.
Gus Bell doubled Kiner home
and then came aerem on a single
by Westlake. Newcombe retired*
the next two hitters but was
clipped for a single by Dickaon.
He worked the count to 3 and
2 on Hank Schenz and gave way#
to Clyde King.
King held the Pirates at bay on
5 BUI Veeck Might
~ Take Control
CHICAGO, June 9. (AP)- __
official tit eh American baseball sentatlve.
league club said today Bill Veeck ^ g^ot players in Friday’s home from third in the 11th
would take over the St Lt»tt game included J. Swift, S. Brown- inning today to hand the Sta
Browns shortly. The official re- ?“ T gwift L Noe|( j. Mitchell, BroWns an 8 to 7 victory
fused use of his name. T D. Pearson. R. Mosley, ovcr the Washington Senators.
(Th* Brawns have called ^ a ■ p j, L Scott and R. Brody. The Senators had taken an early,
press conference in St. Louis for • leod on Sam Mcle’s grand slam
later this afternoon.) Mustang players were J. . homer but the Browns tied the
The official said Veeck was ham p. Doyle, K. Lundy, .J. Hop , when Coieman
waiting in Chicago for official ^ r jones. W. McDonald, G. c0“nl
• Player* ceded
Players are still needed to fill
Ralph Rahmes of AMleno is
still ahead in the race for West
_ _____ _ __ Henderson
feat In the early season, struck J.
The McDonald team made j B ucCrory
awM ________ ... . . . ..— - 0^010 a Ig6 JY| i | at si iqiaa *vui>» - -
Texas-New Mexico league slug- . while the First Bap- j. chnnnm*
ging honors, but his land ta pre- ---—-J- **»«—
B.. Burch —
n. UtM M. done* —
W ».-a*lrUIW AIM «
x tour Buick probably atoara wo sweetly on the
Y road, it’i hard to realixe that thouaanda ci
I road, it s hard to realixe u»t moiwuw «
travel-miles and million* of btampa may have put the
front-wheels out of alignment.
Yet a little misalignment can aaMf a lot of mileage
off your front time—and make control lme mb.
It’s an easy matter Bor us, with ear ^paofad eqrdp-
ment, to give your whole front-end amenably the
checkup it should have periodically. Drive in soon,
why don’t you, and let our expert* make anre your
Bokk h tracking true? j
_ tht pluyaro made throe
The Blue Sox slugger is hitting
A03 through games of Juno ♦; but
A1 Kubski of Lubbock is only
am average. of otmm-um a
Pedro Santiago of Lamesa still T SIT
leads in runs and hits and shares ^nuMT\£h»ii»t n. sire* j. ouro —
the lend in the number of triplex rrtd,y. , p. » *0
, He has 47 runs, «0 hlte, and has *.*« •mrehJ2f*- ° %£!
j hit six triple*. Art Cuitti of Al- o«« M mmh t. *»m -
buquerque has the aame number n UclMrMn Mount *
of three base blow*. wo*~4r T > ™ ^^4)2 T
Msral SUttae. Oootete *.»—one J. nun
f, n,„ UrUeorr Motor*. U Roy —
The United States Golf associa- r*Tryimj , « o4d reiwrev «• aa~> x Bonaun
tlon booklet, Conduct of Women’s
Golf, has bem revised tor the th. «-
first time since March, 1*40. *:n *ct “ -
sale of the club by the DeWitt
TOO brothers. . Players ceded PETKR PAN RACE
■22 Veeck, former owner of the ^ are stiu nceded to fill NEW YORK, June 9. (AP)
Cleveland Indians, smilingly dis- 0range Leader Hot Shot c v. Whitney’s Counterpol...
cussed the Brow.is with [^porters and any boy who is from ppsHy won the $24,950 Peter Pan
but insisted he fs not yet the own- ^ ^ j2 years of age> and would handicap at Belmont Park, and
er of the Club. . t out for the club, is broke the track record for a mile
“The Browns represent an in- (o attend 8 prectice ses- and one eighth. Battlefield, (he
teresflng challenge, he said; gjon any tjme this week. The Hot f8VOrite, was second, with Hail
-a , Shots practice at the National 0f Fame, third.
Rffives Slam Cards Guard Armory near West End
DraVeS pracUce wU1 ^ Monday
For 0“* I rflimpn between 4 and 4:30 p. m.
BOSTON, June 9- (AP)—Lefty
BOSTON, June 9. (AFJ-Lfty
Chet Nichols,-a last-minute pitch- Tr,ke ToiTieS
i.tg setectior.. bOffled[ the St Louis * , -
s SffSltKrSaS Boston Red^ Sox, 5-1
Braves to a 6-1 win. The Braves
6 made matters easy for him by
pounding Max Lanier and Cloyd
Boyer for four runs in the fifth
Bob Carey, Michigan State’s
*11 - around athlete, set a new two runs
school shot put record of 51 feet
3 1/2 inches against Indiana.
CLEVELAND, June 9. (AP)
Bob Lemon tamed the Boston Red
Sox today with a seven-hit pitch-
ing performance that gave the
Cleveland Indians a 5-1 decision.
The Indians clinched matters in
the first inning by banging Lefty
Mel Parnell for four singles and
O. onon —
H. SutUn —
T. Mark* _
P. South _
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1. Jayne* -
NCAA TRACK MEET
SEATTLE. June 9. (AP)—Once
more it looks like the Trojans
have too many horses as post
time nears tor the 1951 college
track and field showdown. Some
65 schools will send 270 speed-
sters, leapers and muscle men
into the annual wrangle tor the
National Collegiate Athletic As-
sociation championship next Fri-
day and Saturday.
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