The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 70, No. 150, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 31, 1958 Page: 2 of 10
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
THE Cl'EBO RECORD,
July 31. 1958
Dodger Officials Take
Stock Today On Poor
Showing Baseball Club
LOfl ANGELES. July 31.-(UPI)— Dodger owner Wal-
ter, O'Malley and former Giant Manager Leo Durocher
took stock separately today of the Los Angeles baseball rl;-
aras the No. 1 reason for the club's poor showing .
lemma, and agreed the loss of catcher Roy Campanella
But neither O'Malldy' nor Duro- Buzzy Bavasi. l* riper ~rner;d
Cher had anvthing to say about manager, but Bavasi sa/i later
the possibility of Leo replacing there were no plans to shelve Ais-
le alt Alston as manager of the ton.^
Dodgers.' this season or next. ° Malle>. in a c
In fact O'Malley again praised fhe Civic (enter Optimist Club
thTsoft-spoken Alston ax one of here, said the D<dgrr pitch ng
•‘the soundest managers in base- s,aff .i.thiiug ) . s "<'r
ball" He also dee I-red that "if !h< N*,'"n;“ i
the blame for this |.»mg streak been greaMv ueakenr^ilb> the £■«
belongs anywhere, it's in the front of Campanel.a, a master r*>choi-
nffke. ' He said the eiub had de- was ^ „ !)Ut^Pn
liberately stayed away from he f> ^
^hf,r. k Utam. "Tee Ins. of Campanella
uhU- the Rest Coast sh.ft «as in ^ M (J|fffrf.n(r H„ ran Ih„
**r2*TeM'. . whole club on me field and could
.Durtf*^r' *n *> *<**>*” «*»»> ^ pitch.™.-
view, let it be known that he __
‘ might be interested ’ in return- _
ing to baseball as a manager, if P|jy£f$ ASKCfl lO
an acceptable offer were made; »
offering him primarily stock Jyff] |f| (JnifOriTIS
rather than salary.
"It would be foolish of me to was made today by
z^'rsEwWSi ^ “ «•“»' •» *"
pennant before moving to the who participated in Pony League
Giants, when asked if he ua* play this summer to turn in
interested in getting back into their uniforms to him at the high
Two Little League'.teams, the
Yankes and the Ape*, make their
last appearance of the 1958 sea-
son tonight in a game that Legins
at 8 at the Little League diamond.
Although the outcome wi) have
no effect on the league champion-
ship. a spirited game is expected,
wi*h both teams having rom-
. mend able seoson rerord.
The Vank« who spent most of
•he season in the cellar, have
Urn on a winning streak the
past few weeks tha* has given the
dub a record of eight wins and
The Apes, former holders of
first place in the four - learn
league have dropped several im-
portant. gamds recently, but still
have a recard of seven wins and
Friday's playoff game between
rhe Reds and Cubs at 8 p. m. will
determine the championship.
B? I nitert Press International
w I pet.
F/>rt W orth 68 AO .030
Corpus ChriVi 31 53 .527
Austin -53 54 ..V£
Houston 93 36 .495
Dallas 53 37 .482
SanAntonio ol 60 .4.39
Victoria 51 62 451
Tulsa « 60 450
Dallas 4 Austin 3
Corpus Chris'i 5 San Antonio 0
Tulsa 9 Fort Worth 1
Houston 5 Victoria 3
baseball aa a field manager
He talked last Friday with
W# la vita foar Business
Maltony asks that players sub-
mit their uniforms at 10 o'clock
Race fans Stranded
NEW’ YORK July 31, -(UPI) |
- Monmouth Park lost almost |
1,000 potential tiettors W'ednes-1
day when a federal court action 1
held up departure of an excur- j
Mon boat for the Oceanport, N. !
,1 . track. A suit for Injury hnd
been filed against he vessel’s
operator two hours before sail-
•lay Starts Trratment
MILWAUKEE, July 31. -
it,'PIi— Milwaukee Braves pit-
cher Joey Jay has been ordered
to start heat treatments for the
pulled tendon in his right elbow.
Jay sustained the Injury in a
game against the Ijm Angeles
Dodgers Tuesday night. He will
be re-examined Saturday.
Austin at Fort
Dallas at. Tulsa
Houston at San
Phila. 5 St. [.ouiR 1
Some thirty Cuero Little Lea-
guers, members of the Cubs re-
gular team and farm team, were
guests of the Victoria Rosebuds
imanagement on Wednesday even-
ing ar the Buds dropped a 5-3
: game to the Houston Buffs in a
wild game marked by rhubarbs.
The trip to Victoria was spons-
ored by Dads of the Cubs and
other Cub oackers and the free
admission for all of the lads a
surprise treat by the Victoria
The boys learned that the um-
pire is always riight as the Victo-
ria manager was banished from
<«*•-' e* -.»• v si L • . ^ U > ■ .0 A l«u' .Jib i)
ind a relief hurler denied permis-
sion to,enter the game when
lie delayed his appearance at the
Charlie James. Houston left
fielder, was star of the game as
he robbed Victoria of at least
•thhree runs by spectacular field-
ting Houston caurc with four hits
jin five trips.
ai.d i^i u.c.i c.u r-c . iur tnem-
BOSTON HARRY Johnson,
adopted wv le and interpreter for
Nlls-Olov Wisell, II- ; car-old
Swedish boy who has no kidneys
and no bone marrow :
"Millions have been preying for
him. If he ■'eis. it veil be i.ei ausc
no muu Lxxij just had *-o much
WASHINGTON — Italian Pr«.
mier Amintore Fanlani, on t!i*
cr.sis in the Middle East:
■ We can only greet with satis-
faction this transition from th*
days of tension to the days of ne-
Reg. 1. S. Pat. Off.
United Press International
Li IT I.E, ROCK — Gov. Or-
val Faubus. on integration
"'Regardless of the right ' or
wrong of segreatior, you cannot
make integration work by using
force. The only thing to do Is to
return to the pepole Jhe basic
Constitutional right of' decision
Power up with
the Super Pud
Eichholz Oil Co.
Office At 313 N Esplan.ide Distributor
A whifQetree U part of a
•w agon or p>art of a set of harness.
Duren To Rejoin Team
KANSAS CITY July 31. -
(L’PIl— New York Yankee pitch-
er Ryne Duren informed the
club Wednesday he will rejoin
hi* teammates In Chicago next
weekend for light workouts.
Duren was struck on the head
by pitcher Paul Foytaek of the
Detroit Tigers last Thursday.
Pirates Sign Pitcher
PITTSBURGH, July 31,-<UPI)
Pitcher Jack Holmes of Mil-
ford, Me., has been signed by
the Pittsburgh Pirates. Holmes
has lieen assigned to the club's
Grand Forks. N. D , affiliate in
the Class C Northern league.
inns . rain
Milwaukee 4 Los Angeles 3
Cincinnati 5 San Fran. 1
Los Angeles at Milwaukee
Chicago at Pitts, night
San Fran, at Cincinnati r.ight
I.os Angeles at Cincinnati
St. Louis at Phila. night
San Fran, at Milwaukee night
Chicago *t Phila. night
Sh Louis at Pittsburgh night
w I pet.
64 34 .653
49 47 .510
17 18 .495
49 50 .493
46 49 .484
48 32 .480
15 52 .461
12 58 .420
'WHAT IS SEVEN-UP'
SEVEN I P IS THE FRESH I P DRINK THE ( LEAN
FLAVOR OF SEVEN I P APPEALS TO VOI R TASTE.
VOI LIKE IT, THE PURE 4JUALITY IS GOOD FOR
TOUR HEALTH: IT LIKES VOI. NOTHING DOES
IT LIKE SEVEN I P
All-Stars Work Out .............
EVANSTON. III. July 31, —
I Ul’Il The 1958 College All-
Stars worked out at Northwest-
ern University Wednesday for
the.r charity game with the
professional world champion •
Detroit Lions at Chicago's Sol- 1
flier Field Aug 15. ;
Mow You H
*»• • *
Now You Don 't
’ --f - *5 a
Ad\( rtisinij in this n(‘usp;tp(T never pills on a “dis-
appearing act. Today, tonight, tomorrow ... at any hour
and cier\ hour . . . \our ad in this newspaper is RHtllT
ON HAND . . . reads to lie seen. read, studied, discussed,
dipped, referred to ... . all at the comenience of the reader,
ft stays on the job til it does its job of selling for \ou.
"Disappearing arts are for the birds Advertising in this
newspaper is for business men who want to see results.
Let one of our advertising representatives help you
with tour advertising program. Call us soon.
Phone CR 5-3131
Chi'-ago 11 Washington 9
Detroit 2 Boston 1
Cleveland 6 Baltimore 3 night
Kan. City 2 New York 0 night,
4G inns., rain
Wash. «t Chicago
Boston at Detroit
Baltimore at Cleveland
New York at Kan. City night
New York at Chicago night
Wash, at Kan. City night
Baltimore at Detroit night
Be,ton at Cleveland night
CL ERO LITTLE LEAGUE
W L Pel
Dubs ........................ to 8
Reds .. 10 8
Yanks ...................... 8 9
Apes . 7 10
Reds 4, Cubs 2
Apes vs Yanks. 8 p m.
Reds vs Cubs, 8 p m.
MONTERREY Mexico. July 31.
•UPD Edinburgh’s Pony lea-
gue All-Stars nipped Monterrey
twice by 4-3 scores Wednesday to
win thi lower Rio Grande Valley
district tournament and qualify
for the Region 7 tourney in Lub-
txK'k Aug. 7.
Region 7 pits district champions
from Texas, Oklahoma. Arkansas
and New Mexico’with the winner
awarded a trip to Springfield,
111 . and the Pony I-eague World
In upsetting favored Monterrey,
Edinburgh handed ace hurler An-
gel Marias his first loss in 29
games during the second conte,t.
«OM)i' isioucs esiosi
J *n Or
/ • o a Sd * •
‘■'enn^ • P* »<•
- B- (•-•<*
v. Of o t.Bwt
Os. O' V *-l
•Vc e oro ••bbi
Co4*B# \ mo
to 80 *9'OCJ
f©w*s Orie C*VF JT fiflD
'o~« t-*o Lmmors Ham
iovp b<n« C mmrn, l)M
S? Asri. *c m 4 l#4R MOi
f— j«> C • o i 'Vi'#rG C> )
*o ^ o^o tO-ftb I'Bl ri# *90
mo mm omm
mm' om m»rn0*m
Mo- om mm rnmm
r» pr 4
•* 6 ho«##«v
:Wi Lv 4«#
tt ~9 >• • «4l
t •#« ’<9 Stb'nBI
Hundreds Of Items
Redeemable Here At Home
CUERO SAVINGS STAMPS
Ask For And Save These Stamps
• KOENIG SUPER MARKET
• MURRAY CARTE JEWELER
•MCCLUNG CROC. & MKT.
’ DIPPEL 5 & 10 STORE
■ BARBER'S GREEN GARDEN CROC.
•HUBERT BARBER AUTO SERVICE
• SOUTHERN S GROCERY & MARKET
• KUESTER'S GROCERY Li"de"‘1“ T««
• ARNOLD BROS SERVICE STATION
• STEWART TEXACO STA.
• SOUTHERN - WILSON MOBIL SERV. STA.
• KELLEY S FOOD STORE
• HARE SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION
• HARRIS CONOCO STATION
• NORTH END FOOD MARKET
Cuero Savings Stamps
123 FAST MAIN
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 70, No. 150, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 31, 1958, newspaper, July 31, 1958; Cuero, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth698327/m1/2/: accessed June 25, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Cuero Public Library.