The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 66, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, January 8, 1960 Page: 2 of 6
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t THE ClIEitO RECORD, Friday, January 8. I960
Golf Tournaments Dates
In Cuero, Gonzales And
Luling Released Friday
Dates for 12 four-ball golf tour-
naments in Cuero. Luling and
Gonzales during I960 were re-
leased Friday by Carl Gustafson
Jr., Cuero Municipal Park man-
Tournament dates in Cuero are
January 17, April 17, July 17 and
October 16. The tourney will
move to Luling February 14, May
8, August 14 and November 11 or
13. Gonzales will be site of tourna-
ment on March 20, June 12, Sep-
tember 18 and December 11.
Gustafson said competition is
open to men and women. The en-
try fee will be $3, plus green fee.
Entry deadline will be at 12:30
p. m. on the day of each tour-
in case of bad weather, the
tourney will be held on the fol-
Gustafson reported 10 per cent
of the money received will be set
aside for a grand four-ball tour-
nament to be held each January.
Entry fee for the grand event
will be $5, plus green fee.
To be eligible, a player must
have entered at least six of the
regular tournaments during the
year. However, if a player has
not competed that often, he or she
may compete in the grand event
by paying a S10 entrance fee,
pplus green fee.
Pairings will be made at 12:30
p. m. on the day of each tourney.
Pairings will consist of one per-
son from each town.
Prizes will be awarded in mer-
chandise at the pro shop where
the regular tournament is held
Gift certificates will be given win-
ners in-the grand tournament and
may be turned in at any of the
three pro shops for merchandise.
A church basketball league
with three teams was organized
Thursday night at a meeting in
the Chamber of Commerce build-
ing. At least one more team is
expected to join.
Present league members are
teams from First Presbyterian;
iChurch, coached by Ed Maltony,
First Methodist Church, coached
by Pat Bell, and First Baptist
Church, coached by Bill Conner
anti Joe Swann.
The league Is open to all chur-
ches. Any team that wishes to
join should contact Jim Tolbert
or one of the coaches.
The first game is scheduled at
7 £,m. Janurv 14 in the Junior
High gymnasium. It pits First
Baptist against First Methodist.
Tolbert said games will he sch-
eduled from week to tweek.
Feather in Her Cap
LONDON (UPD — The assist-
ant press officer for Britain's
1959 National Poultry Show was
.Maureen Duck. «
Teams Play First
Games In Tourney
Cuero Junior High 8th and 91h
grade basketball teams, who drew
byes in the first round of the
Seadrift tournament, were to play
their first games Friday after-
noon in the second round.
The Cuero 8th graders were lo
meet the winner of the Trav is of
Port Lavaca - St, Joseph's of Vic-
toria game at 3 p.m. and the Cu-
cro 9th graders were to play the
9th grade winners.of lire.same
school at 6 p. m.
Miami Fla 69 Iona 67
Bui knell 72 Delaw are 33
Westminister 86 Grove City -11
St. Joseph's 82 St John's N Y
Furman 80 ClcYnscn 69
Memphis St SI Okla City l .
Hampden - Sydney 70 Lynch-
KenUuky Wes 109 Tcnn. St.
Cincinnati 76 Wichita 69
Drake 85 No. Texas St. 73
St. I,ouis 76 Houston 46
Creighton 97 Sr Ambrose 69
Bradlev 71 Tulsa 58
Idaho St. 61 Regis Colo. 47
Drake 885 North Tex St. 73
l/rri Morris 70 Tyler JC 61
Kilgore JC 64 Navrro JC 661
Seaswxi o ^v>nng Record
Set By Cuero Gobblers
RAMSEY'S STEAK HOUSE
Goliad Hiway - Across the River Bridge - Victoria
Bring The Family - Price* Von Can Afford
OPEJJ Z< HRS. DAILY — Exc. closed Sat. nlte t» p.m. to S a.m
To Honor Ty Cobb
NEW YORK CPI The New
York chapter of the Baseball Wri-
ters' \ssn. will roll back the
years and honor Ty Cobb here
Jan 31 as^ the Player of the
Year ' for the 1911 season.
Tine New York chapter said the
73-year-old Cobb would have re-
ceived the honor 48 y ears ago had
The Cuero Gobblers set a new
season scoring record Thursday
night when they downed Yoakum
66-54 for their eighth victory in
1" starts The game was played
in Yoakum. .
Prior to Thursday night. Cuero
racked tip its highest score Dec-
ember 19 by beating Luling 52-41.
Thursday's win was ihe second
of the season over the Bulldogs,
who fell a 48-45 victim to the Gob-
blers November 30 in Cuero.
Mnndo Saenz turned in the
most accurate performance of
the season for Cuero. scoring 27
points. His average game be-
fore Thursday was 9.9 points
Also finding the mark for the
Gobblers were Donny Kasper 16.
Tom Cox 12, Douglas Taylor 4.
Charles Fischer 3 and Kirby Al-
brecht and Robert Henneke. 2
Saenz made 13 field goals in
21 shots and Kasper hit for six
out of IS.
The Gobblers made 10 of 13
free throws and 28 of 65 attempted
field goals Yoakum hit S of. 17
free shots and connected for 23
of 62 attempted field goals.
The game was a nip-and-tuck
affair in the first half, with Voa-
kum leading 14-13 at the end of
the first quarter. When the buz-
zer sounded for the half. C uero
had pulled into a 28-26 lead. Die
Gobblers stretched it to 42-37 at
the end of the third quarter and
then steadily pulled away in the
Rodriguez was high for 5 oa-
kum with 11
Yoakum's B team won 11 .o
Ixhind the shouting of Rut'edgc.
w ho dropped in 16 points. Hat-
risen and Johnson 9 cm h. Yraz.cl
6 and Bradshaw 1,
Gary Murphrcc led Cuero scor-
ers with U points. Larry Hicks
connected with 9. Jimmy Whitley
8 Alfred Flcssner 6 and !• rank
Hansen_l _ _ -
the chapter been holding the an-
nual dinner then.
Cuero /plays its final non-dis-
trict game of the season Satur-
day night when the Gobblers host |
Segtnn in Cuero High School gym-
nasium. The A teams will meet
at 8 p.m. and the B teams at
6.15 p. m.
The Gobblers heat Seguin 50-34
December 4 in Seguin.
District 15-AAA play opens Jan-
uary 15 in a game between Cuero
and Port Lavaca in Port Lavaca.
Ortega Favored In
Bout With Harrington
NEW YORK CPI Caspar
Ortega, lanky Mexican welter-
weight contender, is favored at
8-5 to bent Stan Harrington to-
night and spot 1 the Hawaiian Slug-
ger's New York and TV debut.
The 10 - rounder at Madison
Square Garden between aggres-
sive long-flailing Ortega and bel-
licose, lxiring - in Harrington will
be televised and broadcast nation-
ally by NBC at 10 p.m. e.s.t.
Los Angeles Open
To Get Underway
LOS ANGELES EPI A star-
studded field that ranked with
the greatest ever assembled for
a golf tournament began teeing
off today in the four-day 34th
annual Los Angeles Open over
Rancho municipal course
Attracted by $44,500 in prize
money, the field included the top
15 money - winners of 1959 and
the men who finished first in 40
out of 43 major tournaments.
Heading Hie money-winners and
among the tops in major tourna-
ment victories was Art Wall Jr.,
the Pocono Manor, Pa., star who
gleaned $53,167 60 and numbered
the Masters, the Crosby and the
Btiick opens among his conquests.
The greatest depth1) of oeean
are in the Pacific.
From The National
SACRAMENTO. Calif. UPI —
California, blasting the National
Boxing Assn, for alleged failure
to crack down on hoodlums in the
fight game, seceded today from
Jack W. l.'rch, executive officer
of California's five-man commis-
sion. said Thursday 'iis group.had
bolted because the NBA "wouldn't
even declare themselves against
sin" when asked to rid Nixing of
the "hoodlum influence."
The state, which handled ap-
proximately 30 per cent of last
fiscal year's boxing business, thus
joined New York and Massachu-
setts hevond the plane of the
* THE NEWS
PEORIA. III. .A 11-yeat-old
hoy. admitting he stole an esti-
mated $50,0011 worth of lei 1 in
two years and buried some of
the proceeds in his backyard:
"Finally I dug it up as I need-
ed it. But 1 threw sonic of it in
the garbage can because it was
getting old and torn and I
couldn't spend it."
WASHINGTON Rep. John
S. Monagan P-Conn. stating he
will introduce a bill requiring
party conventions to he held no
more than 60 days before the
election in order to shorten the
"It seems to me the people.get
tired of it. They can take so
much and that's about all."
CHIC AGO Mrs I'thcl Krur
gcr. manager of the Chicago An-
ti-Cruelty Society office, express-
ing regret that a doc that w and-
ered into the city died from ex-
haustion after fleeing police:
It was scared to death of
the people. They didn't under-
stand and were scared of it.
Why when things are frighten-
ed of enr another do they a I
South Team 3V2-Point
Senior Bowl Favorite
MOBILE. Ala. ITI A fast
and well-balanc ed South team to-
day ranked as a 3 1-2 point favor-
ite to trim a flashy hut slower
North squad in the 11th annual
Senior Bowl Saturday.
The 25-man South squad v.,,;s
given the edge on the basis of its
three quarterbacks, "some good
big backs who have excellent
speed for their size," and its rug-
ged defensive men.
North Coach Jimmy Lee Howell
of the New York Giants, making
his first appearance as a head
coach in the All-Star classic said
Baltimore Colts' Coach Weeb Evv-
battk’s South team should he a 12
About 33.000 are expected to at-
tend the 3 p m e s t game which
will he televised nationally by
NBC. Weather is expected to he
partly cloudy and cool with no in-
dication of ruin.
The game will mark the first
professional appearances for the
50 players. The winners will get
$600 each plus expenses and the
losers $100 less.
Ham has hampered practice
sessions all week hut Howell and
Eubank reported the squads
learned their plays in the first
three days and the last two ses-
sions just added polish
Eubank picked quarterback
Charlie Britt of Georgia's South-
eastern Conference champions as
his quarterback with halfbacks
Tom Moore of Vanderbilt and
Bill Mathis of Cte.mson and full-
back Don. Kloc-hak of .North Ear
olina rounding out the hackfield
Eubank listed Charlie Milstrad of
ways not understand.?"..
SAN ANTONIO. Tex I ink
Robinson, 66,. quo'cd by police
in a confession that he beat
three children to death with a
"1 loved them 1 1 w .-nt’d
to hit them on the head but I
• > ant w kill • .ic"-, , i hurt
them." ________ ___
Texas A&M and Warren Rabb of
ESI', a starting defensive back
Howell picked Cincinnati's Jack
I/c for his quarterback over 01-
cn Treadway of Iowa, Ed Kov ae
of Cincinnati and Gerhard Sch-
uedes of Syracuse fo:‘ his half-
hacks nnd Rob Jarus of Purdue
The South holds a 6-1 edge in
the series dating back to 196(1
nnd was winner of the game last
SI SPIC IOl S III BUY
IVINS COURT CASE
ROME -(UPI) -The Italiar
Supreme Court hes ruled it is all
right for a husband to read hi«
Provided, however, he suspects
she might be up to something. .
The court ruled in a legal
separation suit brought by Ar-
turo Tarchiore of Rome against
lus wife He said he suspected
her of infidelity, and found the
evidence in some letters she had
hidden in her wardrobe
Mrs. Tarchiore claimed in a
' counter-suit that the evidence
was obtained by unconstitutional
means Tire Italian constitution
states. "The liberty and secrecy
u[ correspondence and of all,
form> of communications of the
Italian citizen are inviolable "1
In its decision the supreme
’ court held that Tarchiore w as
on legitimate ground when he
peeked at the letters.
The husband has the right of
vigilant n of his wife's correspond-
ence in lire relations with other
persons." the eourt ruled. "If for
reason- of suspicion the husband
i hmes in possession of any kind
of document compromising his
wife and which may be detrimen-
tal to him and his family, such
'documents can be vjewed for
what they contain bearing in
mind that they are used only in
the righting of wrongs and the
tutelage of decorum
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