The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, July 11, 1951, Image 4

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iPage 4 Tir ~ THE BATTALION Wednesday, July 11, 1951 {Winning Streak in the Making National Sinks American 8-3; Home Runs Do the Damage Detroit, July 11 —(SP)— The brawny young men of the National League exploded a four-homer bar rage yesterday to upset the stun ned American Leaguers, 8-3, in the 18th all-star baseball game at Briggs Stadium. While 52,075 gaped in wonder at the strange visitors from, the Na tional, Stan Musial of St. Louis, Bob Elliott of Boston, Gil Hodges of Brooklyn and Ralph Kiner of Pittsburgh rode home runs into Mr. Walter 0. Briggs’ neatly paint ed green seats. The best the favored Americans could do in the home ran league was a pair by the Detroit contin gent—Vic Wertz and George Kell. Two Game Win Streak As a result of this muscular ex hibition, the Nationals boast their longest win streak of the series— two games. They still trail the Americans 12-6. Unsteady Eddie Lopat of the New York Yankees caught the full force of the National blast. His first pitch to Musial in the fourth disappeared into the upper right field stands. After he got one out, Gil Hodges singled. Then Elliott, a senior star of the Braves, lofted a long fly some 360 feet into the lower left field seats. That was enough to hang the loss on Lopat, who came on after fuzzy-cheeked Ned Carver of St. Louis zipped through a three-inn ing stretch. It was a 1-1 tie when Musial did his stuff. Before Lopat departed for a pinch hitter in the fourth, Casey Stengel’s Americans trailed 4-1. They never caught up. And the Nationals never stopped punching. Maglie Named Winner Sal Maglie, New York Giants ace with the long sideburns, was acclaimed the winning pitcher al though nicked for both homers by Wertz and Kell. Big Don Newcombe of Brooklyn and Ewell Blackwell of Cincinnati breezed the rest of the way with four shutout innings. The averages belied the 7 to 5 pre-game Odds favoring the Amer icans. More home ran power and better pitching were jammed into the National roster. The results proved it. The days of the terrify ing American League power seems to have dimmed under the attack of men like Musial, Hodges, Kiner and Elliott. There was much scurrying around the press box to uncover the fact that this total of six homers was a new record for the game. It didn’t take much looking to dis cover the Nationals never before scored as many as eight runs. Although this was a home ran ball game with little emphasis on defense, littl,e Richie Ashburn of the Phillies brought the crowd to its feet in the sixth with a dazzling catch, to hob Wertz of a near homer. Leaping against the 10-foot screen in right center near the 415-foot mark, Bichie pulled down the long drive \vith a one-handed stab. Slugging Pleases Sawyer Manager Eddie Sawyer, quiet and reserved, was obviously pleased by the power demonstration by his big boys. “But don’t lose sight of the pitching,” he said. “Newcombe and Maglie were great. Roberts ob viously didn't have it so I pulled him out.” Robin Roberts of Sawyer’s Phils, starting his second straight all- star game, was yanked after yield ing four hits and a run in two innings. The old story of how lefthanders don’t hit lefthanded pitchers ex ploded with a bang as soon as Lopat took over in the fourth. Musial racked his first pitch. After that the righthanders went to work on him. He was lucky to escape with his glove. Freddie Hutchinson of Detroit contained the hungry Nats in the fifth but the old home ran ball came back to haunt him in the sixth. After Hutch walked Jackie Robinson of Brooklyn, Hodges lined CLEAN UP! PAINT UP! Everything you need for a redecorating job. Ex clusive dealership for SPEED Satin (for walls and wood trim) & BENJAMIN MOORE paint products. BIRGE, NANCY WARREN, ENGLISH & CANA DIAN IMPORTS IN THE MOST COLORFUL WALL PAPER in decades. Chapman’s Paint & Wallpaper Co. Bryan “Next to the Postoffice” Dial 2-1318 one over Ted Williams’ head over the left field screen. , They added one ran without use of homers—on a walk, A1 Dark’s single and Robinson’s bunt single in the seventh. All-Star Game Box Score NATIONAL LEAGUE Ashburn cf 4 Snider cf 0 Dark ss 5 Reese ss 0 .0 Musial If-rf-lf. Westlake If. Robinson 21 Schoendienst 2b 0 Hodges lb 6 Elliott 3b 2 Jones 3b 2 Ennis rf 2 Hutchinson 2 (Robinson, Ashburn), Parnell 1 (Jones), Roberts 1 (Kell), Maglie 1 (Wil liams), Blackwell 1 (Doerr). SO—Garver 1 (Ennis), Parnell 1 (Jones), Lemon 1 (Hodges), Roberts 1 (Garver), Maglie 1 (Williams), Newcombe 3 (Fain, Stephens, D. DiMaggio), Blackwell 2 (D. DiMaggio, Kell). HO—Roberts 4 in 2 innings ; Garver 1 in 3; Lopat 3 iu 1; Maglie 3 in 3; Hutchinson 3 in S ; Parnell 3 in 1: New combe 2 in 3: Lemon 2 in 1; Blackwell 1 in 1. PB—(Jampanella. Winner—Mag lie; loser—-Lopht. U—Art Passarella (AL) Plate; Scotty Robb (NL) first base; Ed Hurley (A) second base; Lou Jorda (NL) third base; alternates — Jim Honochick (AL) right field; Frank Dascoli (NL) left field. T—2:41. A—52,075. Receipts— $124,294.07. SALE v For the convenience of our College Station customers, we are opening our SALE at our College Store . . . with the following outstanding values: SLACKS l/ 3 off SWIM TRUNKS 1/3 off SOX 49c — 4 for $1.49 "T” SHIRTS 69c — 2 for 99c . KNIT-BOTTOM PULLOVERS $1.89 - 2 for $2.89 $2.39 - 4 for $8.88 SEERSUCKER SPORT SHIRTS At Our College Store Only Summer Softballers Wyrostek rf 1 0 0 0 0 Sampanella c 4 0 0 9 1 Roberts p 0 0 0 0 0 A-Slaughter 1 0 0 0 0 Maglie p 1 0 0 0 0 Newcombe p 2 0 1 0 1 Blackwell p 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 39 8 12 27 9 A-Flied out for Roberts in 3rd AMERICAN LEAGUE r h 0 a D. DiMaggio cf.. 6 0 1 1 0 Fox 2b 3 1) 1 3 1 Doerr 2b 1 0 1 1 0 Kell 3b 3 1 1 4 2 Williams If 3 0 1 3 0 Busby If 0 0 0 0 0 Berra c . 4 1 1 4 2 Wertz rf 3 1 1 2 0 Rizzuto ss, 1 0 0 1 2 Fain lb 3 0 1 5 0 E. Robinson lb.. 1 0 0 0 1 Carrasquel ss 2 0 1 0 8 Minoso rf... 2 0 0 2 0 Garver p 1 0 0 0 0 Lopat p 0 0 0 0 0 B-Doby X 0 0 0 (1 Hutchinson p 0 <1 0 0 0 C-Stephens 1 0 0 0 0 Parnell p 0 0 0 0 0 Lemon p 0 0 0 1 0 D-Hegan 1 0 1 0 1) Totals 35 3 10 27 11 B-Popped out for Lopat In 4th C-Struck out for Hutchinson n 7th D-Doubled for Lemon n 9th National League 100 302 110—8 American League 010 110 000—3 E—Fox, Robinson, Berra. RBI—Fain, Musial, Elliott 2, Wertz, Kell, Hodges 2, Robinson, Kiner. 2B —Ashb urn, Hegan. 3B—Fain, Williams. HR—Musial, Elliott, Wertz, Kell, Hodges, Kiner. S—Kell. DP—Berra and Kell. Left— -National 8; American 9. BB—Garver 1 (Musial), Another of the six softball teams in the Col- Well, Jewell McDowell, Dickie Dowell, Bill lege Station Summer Softball League, the Blakely, Jerry Asaro and Ray Jarvi. Front, 1. Giants managed by Ed Andrews, right front, to r., Jim Ward, R. R. Pfrimmer, Bill Campbell, are pictured prior to one of the two games a Bob Chenowith and Andrews, week each team plays. Back row, 1. to r. Joe Cubs Skin Cardinals 10-2 In Little League Contest By GUS BECKER Battalion Sports Staff The Marion Pugh Lumber Co. Cubs rolled over the Corbusier Cardinals 10-2 in their game at the Little League park yesterday after noon. The Cardinals took the lead in the first inning pushing across one ran on two hits, a single by left- fielder Veto Cangelesi and a double by center fielder Billy Batten. Gene Cheatham, Card’s pitcher, retired the Cubs ip order in their half of the first frame. Richard Miller, the Cubs’ moundsman, retaliated by retiring the first three men to face him in the top half of the second inning. Cubs first baseman Dick Hickerson started off the Cub half of the second inning with a single to cen ter. Cheatham couldn’t get anyone out and was relieved by Sammy Dwyer after surrendering five runs and three hits. Dyer Fares No Better Dwyer fared no better and was lifted in favor of Buddy LeFever who finished the game. The Cubs batted 14 men and collected nine runs on five hits, four errors in the second inning. Miller held the Cards to one ran until the fifth inning when they pushed across one ran on hits by LeFever and Dwyer. The Cubs also scored in the fifth on hits by Michael McGuire, leftfielder and Stuart Helvey, centerfielder and an error by Cardinal shortstop, Ronnie Allen. Miller retired the Cardinals in order in the top of the sixth frame with the help of Hickerson’s sec ond unassisted double play of the game. Lead-off man for the Red Birds, Cangelesi, was the leading Cardinal hitter knocking out two singles in three trips to the plate. Bill Cor busier, who finally ended up play ing second base after playing first base and shortstop, scored the first Cardinal ran. Cheatham, who played first base after being re lieved, scored the only other Card ran. Helvey Leads Hitters Leading batsmen for the Cubs was Helvey who pounded out two singles and a double in four trips to Report of Condition of College Station State Bank of College Station, Texas at the close of business June 30, 1951, a State banking institution organized and operating under the banking laws of .this State and a member of the Federal Reserve System. Published in accord ance with a call made by the State Banking Authorities and by the Federal Reserve Bank of this District. ASSETS Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balance, and cash items in process of-collection....? 231,526.81 United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 434,635.50 Obligations of States and political subdivisions 12,950.00 Corporate stocks (including $2100.00 stock of Fed eral Reserpe bank) 2,100.00 Loans and discounts (including $3903.65 over drafts) 696,132.70 Bank premises owned $34,800.00, furniture and fix tures $12,000.00 46,800.00 Real estate owned other than bank premises 1.00 Other assets 1,200.00 TOTAL ASSETS $1,425,346.01 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations $1,002,552.23 Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) 78,416.63 Deposits of States and political subdivisions 246,622.31 Other deposits (certified and officers’ checks, etc.).... 5,498.36 TOTAL DEPOSITS $1,333,089.53 TOTAL LIABILITIES (not including subordi nated obligations shown below) - - - $1,333,089.53 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital * $ 50,000.00 Surplus 20,000.00 Undivided profits 22,256.48 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS - - - TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL - $ 92,256.48 ACCOUNTS $1,425,346.01 * This bank’s capital consists of: Common stock with total par value of $50,000.00 I, Thomas W. Lee, Cashier of the above-named bank, hereby certify that the above statement is true to the best of my knowl edge and belief. Thomas W. Lee Correct—Attest: S. A. Lipscomb H. E. Burgess Harold Sullivan, Directors. State of Texas, County of Brazos, ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 6th day of July, 1951. (Notary’s Seal) Lois Bethea Notary Public the plate and scored three runs. John Martinez, Cubs shortstop, col lected two singles and scored two runs and McGuire made two safe ties and scored one ran. Hickerson made two unassisted double plays to relieve the pressure on Miller in the third and sixth innings. The first one came with nobody out and one man on. Miller went all 1 the way for the Cubs and gave up two runs on eight Cardinal hits and no Cub errors, striking out four and walking one. Cheatham was credited with the loss for the Cards and LeFever who finished the game for the Red Birds allowed only one Cub hit, fanned four Cubs batsmen and is sued no free passes. The Cubs next game will be against the Lester’s Giants Thurs day. The line score; Cardinals 100 010— 2 8 7 Cubs 090 Olx—10 8 0 Dr. Carlton R. Lee OPTOMETRIST 203 S. Main Street Call 2-1662 for Appointment CSE BATTALION CLASSIFIED ADS TO BUY, SELL, RENT OR TRADE. Rates , . . . 3e a word per Insertion with a ?5c minimum. Space rate in classified lection .... 60c per column-inch. Send HI classified to STUDENT ACTIVITIES fFFICE. All ads must be received in Stu- lent Activities office by 10 a.m. on the lay before publication. • HOME REPAIR • ALL TYPES home repair work—additions, roofing, siding, painting, concrete work, and redecorating. Low down payment and 30 months to pay. For free esti- ar 4-' mates call 4-9589 -4236. • FOR SALE • SCHWINN 26-in. motor bike, good con dition. Spring action. Valli Nail. BABY BATHINETTE. Excellent Con dition. Phone 4-4489. NICELY FURNISHED duplex, newly painted. Private baths and double ga rage. Near Campus. Also record player. 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Call For and Delivery STUDENT CO-OP Official Notice NOTICE TO AGRICULTURAL STUDENTS The Extension Service has announced that, in the future, all prospective county agents will be required to have credit for Ag.Ed. 441 and Psychology 301 or 303. Students who plan to seek employ ment with the Extension Service on grad uation should plan to include these two courses in their program. Chas. N. Shepardson Dean of Agriculture Summer students to be graduated at the end of either six weeks t.erms are remind ed that July 20, 1951, is the last day on which they may order graduation an nouncements. Walton D. Hardesty, Bus. Mgr. Student Activities Graduate students bring your course of study to registration with you on July IV. Ide, P. Trotter, Dean. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS f The Board of Trustees of the A. & M Consolidated Independent School District will receive competitive sealed bids for the >m School and Cafeteria on the Jersey Street lompe erection of a five classroom Elementary t m the Je vo i Line Negro Science School Can ampu n th M., July Library of the A. & M. Consolidated High Jersey Street. ompany, deposit Campus and a two room Building at the Lincoln until 3:00 P.M.. July 31, 1951 ary School Plans and specifications will be avail able after July 10, 1951 at the office of the Architects, Paul G. Silber & Co: 1919 Cinncinnati, San Antonio, of $30.00. All bids must be submitted on forms prepared and supplied by the Architects. A certified check or bid bond made pay able to the Board of Trustrees of the A. & M. Consolidated Independent School District in the sum of $2,000.00 for the Cafeteria, and the Negro Science Building ny bid on the general con tract, $500.00 on the Plumbing and Heat ing, $250,00 on the Electric Wiring and $400.00 on the Kitchen Equipment. The Board of Trustees reserves the right to. accept any and reject any or all bids. Signed: L. S. RICHARDSON, Supt. A. & M. Consolidated Schools ary for $500.00 must accompan 00 < NENA ANN HARRIS, M. D. announces the opening of her office above Aggieland Pharmacy, North Gate, College Station. Practice limited to infants and ehildren. Hours, 10-12 a.m. — 2-5 p.m. Office Ph.: 4-9652 Home Ph.: 2-7708 EXPERT WATCH, JEWELRY, and OPTICAL REPAIR CALDWELL’S JEWELRY STORE 112 N. Main, Bryan Ph. 2-2435 mtomttn I i ' stemomi’l SAFE-T-WAY TAXI Phone 2-1400