The Hopkins County Echo (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 77, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, June 6, 1952 Page: 3 of 16
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THE HOPKINS COUNTY ECHO, SULPHUR STRINGS, TEXAS FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1952. '
error after Roberta drew a walk.
The runner* advanced on Spark-
man'* single. Roberta wa* thrown
out at the plate attempting to
etaal J-.-Vl _
In m Bailie
ateal. Yanen'* double into left
centor acored Romack and Spark-
Canter doubled to open the
Buckeye*' share of the second. He
worked to third on an error, then
scored when Blabber Sander* skied
The Eagles' maintained the pace
in the third when Stewart was
safe on a fielder’s choice, Wooter\
was hit by a pitch. Stewart stole
second, went to third on a wild
pitch. Then, he stole
Coupons with each
even in their two game match with
the Bucks and gave them their
fifth league victory of the season
against four defeats.
Pos Long, the veteran southpaw,
captured his third win. Floyd
Drennon was the loser. He left the
mound with one out in the third
after the Eagles nicked him for
six runs. Long gave way in the
sixth to righthander Bill Hurr,
who started the game at the catch-
^•er-bsgers, all over the left
fi^ld wall, were divided between
thit fourth, fifth and sixth innings.
Manager Buck Austen set the pace
wlen his wallop caught two run-
nws aboard. In the next frame,
relief pitcher Jim Canter soloed
around the bases after he places!
a Long ball out of the park. Steel
McKinney found the range in the
sifth after two were away. He
chased another run home in front.
Knock 15 Times
ffhe Eagles, meanwhile, pecked
away at two of the three Buckeye
hifrlers for 15 hits, including three
doubles. Floyd Drennon, the left-
lufiideil starter, was tagged for
sewen hits, six runs. His relief,
Jipi Canter, who served from the
otlter side, gave
Roberts attempted to bunt. Woot-
en later crossed when Roberts
singled between short and second.
Yanen opened the fourth with
his third hit. Hurr was safe at
first when the Buck infield failed
to force Yanen at second. Yanen
scored on Long’s single into right.
Hurr came home on Stewart’s
single to right.
The Bucks had pushed within
one run of the Eagles in the top
half of the frame. Canter, leading
off, was safe on an error. He ad-
vanced on Sander’s single and
scored on Howard Alexander's
single. Austen blasted the first
pitch from Lung over the left field
fence several feet from the foul j
pole to score three more runs.
With two away in the fifth.
Canter poled his home run. Long
retired the side when the next bat-
ter, Sanders, grounded out.
Romack and Sparkman, leading I
off the fifth with walks, and Ya- j
nen, hit by the pitcher, scored in j
the fifth. Romack crossed on
Chapman's fly out to leftficlder i
Alexander. The last two scored
when second baseman Steel Me-1
Kinney let Long's grounder get
After two were away in the
first of the sixth, Fred Smith, who
relieved Austen of catching du-
ties, doubled into the left-center-
field hole. McKinney laced the
first pitch over the fence in left |
field. Long got the next hatter,
Cotton Miles, on a strikeout.
In the seventh, after two were
retired. Long doubled into left
center. He scored when Stewart
collected his third single. Wooten
followed with a two-bagger that!
rolled to the left centerfield fence.
Stewart scored from first.
See this merchan-
dise on display in
the Right to
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up eight hits,
^en runs to the eighth when Bill
'MBMness marked all three Gil-
ug^tchers’ performances. Dren-
|n walked three, tossed two wild
jrhes and hit one batsman. One
A crossed on a wild pitch. Can-
Sand Dean issued a pair of walks
jp the former hurler struck two
U. S. CHOICE BEEF
BIG BATS FAIL
McKinney, 2b 4
Miles, 3b 4
Gregory, cf 5
Ghiglieri, ss 4
Canter, rf-p 5
a Dean, p 0
Sanders, lb 5
Alexander, If 5
Austen, c-rf 4
Drennon, p 1
b Smith, c 3
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8th (Canter re-
turned to rightfield for Austen);
b for Canter, 3rd (replaced Aus-
ten in 4th).
Eagles ah r h po a e
Sparkman cf 5 2 1 4 0 1
Chapman, ss 5 1 10 3 0
Yanen, rf-3b 5 3 3 2 2 0
a Hurr, c-p 3 1 0 4 2 0
Long, p-rf 6 1 3 0 2 0
Stewart, 3b-2b 5 2 3 2 1 2
Wooten, lb 4 1 2 12 0 0
Roberts, If 4 0 2 0 0 0
Romack, 2b 2 2 0 0 1 0
b LeFan, c 1 0 0 3 1 1
Totals 40 13 15 27 12 4
n for Long, 7th; b on fielder’s
choice for Romack, 6th.
Summary: RBI—Austen 3, Mc-
Kinney 2, Yanen 2, Stewart 2,
Wooten 2, Chapman, Long, Rob-
erts, Canter, Sanders, Alexander;
2b—Canter, Smith, Yanen, Long,
Wooten; HR—Austen (4th, Long),
Canter (5th, Long), McKinney
(6th, Long); SB—Stewart 3; Left
on—Bucks 8, Eagles 13; BB—
Drennon 3, Canter 2, Dean 2, Hurr
3; SO—Drennon, Canter 2, Dean,
Long 4, Hurr 4; Runs, kits—Dren-
non 6-7 (4 ER) in 2 1-3, Canter
7-8 (4 ER) in 4 2-3, Dean 0-0 in
1, Long 8-9 (7 ER) in 6, Hurr 0-2
in 3; HP—Stewart (Drennon),
Yanen, Hurr (Canter); WP—
Drennon 2, Canter; PB—Austen
2, Smith; Winner—Long; I.o*er—
Drennon; Umpires—Joe Watkins,
Bud Slatter; Time—2 hrs., 40
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Frailey, F. W. & Woosley, Joe. The Hopkins County Echo (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 77, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, June 6, 1952, newspaper, June 6, 1952; Sulphur Springs, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth780664/m1/3/: accessed December 18, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hopkins County Genealogical Society.