The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 68, No. 107, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 21, 1962 Page: 2 of 12
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FIGHT RESULTS "■......
HOUSTON' CPI - Garland
Rip Randall. 145. Houston, Tex,
outpointed Virgil Akim. 148. St.
Louis 10- *, —'« , .,
i dent end consistent fishermen
this question how many
times do you go fishing and
'score'. We mean by 'store
— bringing home some fish.
Since there are apparently so
many folks who do fish, we ll no
doubt get some comments on
this count. On the other hand,
there may be some honest fish-
It may sound like we'r e op--
posed to the sport. On the con-
! trary. this fellow is firm in his |
l conviction that anyone who can j
By Alan Mover Ttt>tterS
The Otero Turkey Trotters,
independent baseball team, will
open the 1962 season Apr, 8
against Edna. The game will be
played in Cuero Park Stadium
starting at S p m.
YEAR OF THE TIGER
Psion Over The
liad Tigers Tuesday
3SA pinch hit single by Tofemiv Edmundson In the
seSShth and final frame, got the show on the road for
‘hEjC’jero Gobblers in Goliad Tuesday afternoon and
dSBSh Ray palmour’s charges went on to score a quartet
fljjpttira; to nose out the Goliad Tigers T-fi for their ini-
Now! Richarf Gilt
Farm or Ranch
and will go put on a lake or riv-1
er bank and «t for hours, thlnk-
t^ basebai! win of the season. The victory gives them
record for the year *
_ i Goiiid put on a scrwu»
ihrea' in their half of the same
mrang. but a couple of near-
speetatular play* try third Bark-
er Sporty Calhoun nipped their
i efforts to make the difference
| Tuesday's loss gives Goliad a
S'1-3 record Mr the season.
11 j Charles Gohmert started on
„ ill i the mound for the winners, loss- j
iMetpete in the"' 1962 LKUejmg 4 frames before being re-
Hguc program will be held placed by Alex Moya. Between;
^27 at 6 pm at the Utile’them they allowed 9 safeties.!
||roe field. ; with the latter getting credit
Vv C. Krueger. League press- tor thej win.
hi said boys in this age brae- As Mr the Tigers, Alvin Bom-
t must have been bom afterft* toiled two and one-half urn-,
».1, 1949;’ and before July 31,, *««*■ Danny Branch followed!
52, in order to be eligible. w«th a ihree and a half inning
m paid eight and nine-year • *«»» and Why Dumber* finish-,
ivwill be registered at a later tof his dub. The four-run
splurge Ijy the Gobblers in the
the Cuero National Guard seventh resulted in the loss be- ,
ft will sponsor one of the Lea-id's charged to the last-named
SFVcfcx teams this year. TV* burler
lard Company will replace the j Freddie 18 igginx. with - for 4, i
rf&er Booster Club as spon-:Tboma* tfumierro with 3 for 4.
r Don Gohmert with 2 for 4 and
ter said coaches are still Dickie McAlister with 3 for 2.j
eded for the minor league furnished the hitting I raver for*
iris Interested persons are'to* Gobbler* One of McAlister's;
ked to contact Warren Dronv ■ twodyger !
cfhf or Krueger '-ot" Goliad. Tony Fromrne was bope rides high in all of them in er in the Puerto Rican Winter
!lEc are making every effort ! *•» springtime but it surges League.
tt.vchiv'^r ThTZZ *wr afiearan.es, including a Mrooger in A1 Lope* today than Wynn, of the veterans, has
r .he boy s this year -The »uc jtwo-baaaer ami a oair of sin- '.it does in most been throwing well and Lop<rz
the program will greatly j The Yankees have blown the says he is encouraged by the
pCBd upon the support given Coach Paimour used an even pennaru only twice the the last showing of the ball-gunned
local citizens. Krueger said &jbbJenf guiding them;13 years. Lopez is the man who score. But it is the youngsters
<o their first 1962 victory stopped them both limes, first who will have to do it and, Lo-
_____£WafMnCt Next on the Gobbler slate will’wW> the Cleveland Indians in pez admits, "Maybe we’ll get
Hlirr ill ft III (IN be the York town Wildcats who ^ *** *en when the Chicago lucky with three or four of
™li ' nU,Ur ! appear here Thursday afternoon I "hhe Sox gained their first them."
** ! at 4 p m. at Municipal Park Sta- pennant in 40 years in 1959. The pitching has to be them to
• XiJli li jdium. The Cats defeated Cuero! Now be thinks the time is ripe make the big run and possible
[IVrll VIIIII i 3-2 in an earlier game. again. help may come from Ed Fisher
Iff VI* it ■ f tfrr.ro hv »___ out-; His reasons are sound, too. and Dorn Zanni, obtained from
i 1 f 0re b> : “We're stronger aii around." the Giants. Out in the bullpen
tm I .... A ur°, \ l he says enthusiasticaliy. "And are Turk Lawn, Russ Kemmever
vfflnlkllrHllPV rOitlHJ w2 wl 0 — € 9 0 Ann’t oil Koun Irtrwl rtf »nd Dwtnv*
State a sizeable sum. j inf M nothing but the g o,o d
Honestly, folks, they were, times he has had is short of a
there. We saw 'em. j wonder, whether he 'scores or
I But, not being a fisherman,! not. We've found that when a
and if we had not seen the she, ] body is alone on a fishing bank,
we'd question It too. Formerly, ’ he is prone to recall the rough
i the average fishermen with, places In the road that he h as |
whom we are acquainted, used j been over — but he also finds a j
| to go out and cast their lines in • moment or two during which he j
the river or the bay. but It!is at complete accord with the
seems that day is passing, too.1 world and its opportunities and j
Seems like now folks are afraid j adversities,
they will freckle if they get out j Can't -recall the figure we once j
in the sunshine. ! saw about bow much folks;
HAP rf MOT
of ta£ ymmrae
CALSNPAX, T#44 TTte
of rue xrt-*rxm
04 ryfe A/MX/CAAf
CINCINNATI (UPD — The
National League played a split
season in 1892 with Boston win-
ning the first half of the race
and Cleveland winning the sec-
RIAL EST ATE DEI’AKJ MEJjJ
*15 Soledad O’ O. Bos'S#!?'*"
San Antonio. Te*a». CApttot ft-4191
1961 was his worst finish as the third. In the outfield are Floyd
White Sox limped home fourth. | Robinson, Jim Landis and Hal
Before that he had been third; Smith while A1 Hershberger has
I j once and, besides those two; been showing there to good ad-
Qags, finished second a total of vantage, too.
seven times. When you hear Lopez analyze
j club to Beat it, you have to listen closely.
"They’re the club to beat, no Because this is the man who
question about that, he said.: -
|sjieaking of the Yankees as; . . _
* does everybody else in the lea-:
gue when they talk of winning.!
But, as I said, tbeyhad four or.
Next to being there
nothing's so warm
and personaI as a
uncancelled 4 cent U S. man in, Arnold Palmer. Sammv Snead
Cpaoe Pr fret Mercury stamp and Art \vail will be among the
each pureba-e of 2 hi m- goltoi competing in the 25th an-
btfifer* Friday, March 23 from midi Greatec Greenslxiro Open
tf».*Ataerican Legion Sna k. tournament starting April 12
Na/ located at the rear of the i>urses will total S35.000, general
American Legwn building in! chaiiman Frank Hood said
ftikJOO block of E. Main Street
fee envelopes* are stamped j cOMSIKft BACKFIRED
J&t Day of !*»«•“ and are r ::::
Wlbm. February j f-rmer _______
w KKf. 'hq dale of Colonel Ktar. has been named de*
frito • C3enn> memorable fwbil*; fensive backfieid coach for the
flppavf* flight. i Denver Bixmcos of the Ameri-
mmernm. * City postal route I can Football league. Glick, who
taper, said the Project Metcu- piaywj with Pittsburgh. Washing-
Jpaksp W»* issued With ,ut ao-jun and Baltimore in the Nation-
vjfee notice and that packages a( Football League, completes
LONG DISTANCE CALL
DENVER UPI - Gary Click.
......' Colorado State Unlver- (iVe players who had supurb
years all together, and yet they
didn't put it away until their
last series agaiast Detroit.
"Whitey Ford had a great
year winning 25,” he added like
a man counting somebody
I else’s money. "Luis Arroyo was
great, setting a record by fin-
ishing 54 games for them. Els-
ton Howard was great. You got-
ta be to hit .348. And Roger
Maris had his greatest year by
"If just doesn’t make sense,”
Lopez asserted, "to figure that
they’ll all be able to piay back
to those kind of seasons again."
Meanwhile, the amiable Lopez
analyzes, his Write Sox are
improved enough In every de-
partment to give it the big go.
"We have mere pitching than
at any time since I’ve been
here.” he continued, admitting
without undue distress that such
of the old heroes as Early
Wynn, Herb Score and Cal Mc-
Phona now... save 1/3
K**P in touch the easy, personal way. You can telephone
more often by taking advantage of low station-to-station
rate*. Just call the distant number instead of a particular
person. Why not call someone tonight?
Reasons Why BAKER
Iv will de mere fer
YOU...more for TEXAS as
your LT. GOVERNOR
Baker believes in
A stable «tat« fiscal policy * An
improved higher education »yi-
tem * Laws to curb loan aharka
*A Livaatock diaaaaa control
program * An adequate juvenila
parola ayatam * Code* to guaran-
tae election counts * Local ad
valorem tax power* * Creation
of a Texaa Touriit Cwnmi*aion
* Padra Bland a* a national
park * Limiting a citiaa annexa-
tion powtras Equitable congrea-
aional repreaentation * Equality
for woman under the law * Pub-
lic education tor traffic aafaty.
I Ush are
I "We also have the best infield
f now than at any time since I’ve
! been here," he said. "If the
1 pitching comes through, well
I be okay.”
Pitching The Key
| The key to the White Sox hope*
is found In five pitchers.
They are lefthanders Juan Pi-
zatro and Frank Baumann and
righthanders Ray Herbert, John
Buzhardt and Joel Horton. They
are particularly high on Horlen,
acquired from San Diego late in
End Hollowav — Alamo Lumber Co.
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*„ Billing* »•!«; Brown fi-7;
* Bongtovl t-1: Heldeman 3 1#;
E, Rehm 3-1#; Pete rek fi-1#;
B. Foster 8 7; Wood S I#;
C. I-ey 8-8-1#; leggett 8 7;
High Team Game: Leake’s Flower
High Team Series; Wenske’s ...........
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The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 68, No. 107, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 21, 1962, newspaper, March 21, 1962; Cuero, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth697264/m1/2/: accessed June 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Cuero Public Library.