The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, June 14, 1956, Image 3

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CV, Puryear Walton Win One Each A doubleheader started the summer softball season Mon day night as College View romped over Dorm 16, 12-2, in the first game and Puryear took a forfeit from Walton in the second tilt. Tuesday night Puryear edged the College View nine, 6-2, in the last inning on a bases loaded triple by third baseman Morris “Snuffy” Rogers. College View had tied the game in the fifth inning on an out field error and a clean double to left field by the catcher, Harry Moore. In the sixth frame Pur year filled the bases on two walks and an infield hit, then Rogers un loaded his game-winning triple. Eizzell forfeited to Law in the other game. Heavyweight boxer Bob Baker was discovered by his trainer, Lou Ledbetter, in a Pittsburgh YMCA where he was working out as a weight lifter. White Sox, Orioles Win By MAURICE OLTAN Battalian CHS Reporter The Marlon Pugh Lumber Co. White Sox rolled to their fifth straight win in College Station Little League action last night as they shutout Black’s Pharmacy Senators 3-0. In the second game of the double-header, the Student Co-op Orioles remained within striking distance of the loop lead ers with an 11-3 win over Veterans of Foi-eign Wars Red Sox. The first game was played under protest by the Senators’ manager, Milton Williams, and will be brought before the league’s pro test board. The protest was claim ed in the top half of the third frame after a heated argument. The Senators got their first, and only, two hits of the fray in the bottom half of the second inning. Johnny Williams singled to right Sox collected their first two hits and runs of the battle off Senator pitcher Joe Olian. With Don Musa on second base and one out, Harold Cooner doubled to right-center field to drive home the first tally. After the next batter struck out, Danny Feldman singled to center field and with that blow came the fireworks. Cooner scored on the play, but the Senatoi-s claimed that he ran out of the base path to avoid the tag at home plate. After things finally settled down, Burke pitched no-hit, no-run ball the rest of the game and the White Sox added another run in the fifth inning. With one out John Stark singled to right field, but he was forced at second on Feldman’s grounder. Feldman stole second and third and came home when the throw got past the third baseman. Burke’s slow stuff failed to strike out a single Senator batter, field, moved to second on a wild I but he issued only two bases on pitch and advanced to thii’d base on Harry Lewis’ infield hit. White Sox hurler Ozzie Burke retired the side without a run crossing the plate to work out of his most senous jam of the game. In the third inning, the White Special cakes for Dad on his Day... Congdon Bakery 307 N. Mv’ui Orr's Grocery balls and a similar number of base hits. The win was his second of the year against no defeats. Olian, in being tagged with his second defeat of the season, gave up four safeties, walked only three, and struck out eleven. Orioles Win In the second fracas of the night, the Orioles did all their scoring in the first four innings. They tallied four times in the opening fi’ame on four base hits. Larry Randolph’s double followed consecutive singles by Jackie Ross and Les Palmer and sent the first two runs scampering across the plate. Bill Berry then blasted his second homer of the year over the center field fence to cap the scor ing for the inning. The Red Sox came back with two runs in their half of the inning. With one out, Eldon Hagler singled and Charles Gandy doubled him to third base. Hagler scored on Ricky Howard’s infield grounder and Gandy tallied when the throw got past the catcher. The Orioles scored twice in the second inning on two walks and singles by John Beckham and George Outlaw. They sent one inn home in the third inning with only one base knock-a one-base blow by Paul Mamaliga—and two costly errors. Four runs in the Jourth frame upped the Orioles lead to 11-2. Just one hit, Randolph’s second straight double, was included in the up rising. Furman Isbell relieved Oriole pitcher Jackie Ross in the sixth inning (since Ross had already pitched his maximum six innings this week) and the Red Sox touch ed him for one run. Jack Fugate doubled to open the frame. The next two batters failed to advance him, but the following two walked to load the bases. Thomas Taylor singled to right field to score Fu gate, but Billy Mitchell was nipped at the plate to end the inning and the game. While raising his record to 2-1, Ross doled out three of the losers’ five hits and walked four. He fan ned two batters. Red Sox starter Taylor gave up seven runs, seven hits, walked four and whiffed two Orioles. Relief pitcher Dennis Ruth surrendered four inns, only one hit, walked none and struck out three. Tomorrow night, the Orioles meet the White Sox in the first game of the twin-bill. The Senators battle the Red Sox. Standings Teams W. White Sox 5 Orioles 3 Red Sox 1 Senators 1 L. 0 2 4 4 G.B. 0 Intramural Schedule The softball schedule for next week is as follows: Monday—7:15 Dorm 16 vs. Puryear. 8:45 College View vs. Bizzell Tuesday—7:15 Walton vs. Dorm 16. 8:45 Puryear vs. Law Wednesday—7:15 College View vs. Walton. 8:45 Bizzell vs. Puryear Thursday—7:15 Dorm 16 vs. Law. 8:45 College View vs. Puryear. No games scheduled on Friday Nights. Father’s Day Favorites Choose Dad’s gift from our complete Men’s Wear Department. ties belts Bermuda shorts pajamas • caps • slacks • smim suits • socks CL.TTj. 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