Irving Daily News Texan in Irving, Texas
31 May 1962

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31 May 1962

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Irving Daily News Texan (Newspaper) - May 31, 1962, Irving, Texas Page 2 daily news texan Irving Texas thursday May 31, 1962 by Bob Johnson due to the spiralling interest in Bowling the news texan begins a new column written especially for ten pin fans. Persons with column items should write them out Ani Brin theby the newspaper or leave them at the main desk of the go Fen Triangle or Irving lanes. Aside from usual Bowlin news personal ire a it about Kegler a woul d be very valuable. Please include a phone number with any column suggestion Captain of w. A. Ales gave a preview of things to come with a 268 game. One Mori word about the column Hus is a feature column about bowlers. We Long to warn to i courage straight news terns but we woul i like to have More squibs on human interest Ani oddities. The summer leagues Are just getting started at both houses Ani we would like to know wha is going on in All of them. And top Dwight Wrich t Anc Billi. Hamilton get Irving Lane a Fop scoring honor1 rot the reason Wright s 278 was High for the men an i Hamiltons 253 won her the rown in the Fem Competition. Both were Given Corr plete outfits of Ball by shoe1 for the Eason games. Bill la or Encl put in a Strong bid for the Sun Riner s top scratch series at the Golden Triangle last Vine Lay night when he Rolle a i i ing 699 series. La Vav of 1n i picked the first night of Corr petition in the Stellar Golden Triangle classic league to blast away at the i i pocket. His Fine series broke Iown into games of 2 0-226-236. Ironically the name of his Ream is the feeble five. Want to hear a sad Story a Roy Antonio s i Beauty Salon held a Heath grip on first plane n the to Lay ladies classic league at lev tag lanes All through the season. Then Carne the storm. Hughe steel snuck up on them and took the league Crown by half a game. Irving Florist Carne in second mid the Beauty shop bowlers ended up in third place. Bur that a make Quot Bowling the great sport it is. Of Del. Blen Hiaring a Lor about the thursday night Gold Crown league at Irving lanes. After the first night of Competition it looks As if the aggregation May develop into one of the sum Hurricane winners. Winning combination. I his foursome won the mown for a Golden Triangle league that might Well have been name i after a famous Hurricane. Name of the league is the Carid couples. Left to right Are Bob Hoe Ken Lorf Charlotte Morris Shirley Gates and Don Hill. A fifth member Bonnie Conyers was not pre ent for the picture. The Sunbeam bread quintet won the tuesday morning mrs. League title at Irving lanes by 5.5 Points. Left to right Are Lottie Riley Opal Rogers Captai june Whitchurch and Freda Privitt. Mrs. Rogers also won a trophy for being the leagues most improved Bowler. She brought her average from a respectable 140 to a solid 154. News texan photo. A Nab 6 of la Bosn ions Colts grab honors in 4-aaaa mythical group Mer s Best. Venable Auto Supply won the $30 prize for High team series and Venable Captain Tom Walker won five More clams for High series. Herb Bloomquist Arlington High schools Colts crowded the honors in me 4 a a a a \11-District baseball team for the 1962 season. Fhe Colts placed six men on the 11-Man team based on votes cast by coaches in the Loop leading the Colts was Pitcher Lee Bush a Brey right hander who complied a 4-0 record in conference play including a 12-2 win Over grand it Urie in the last scheduled out in to Force the two teams into a playoff to see who would represent the District in the by distr ice game. In addition he won one and lost one to of in tile Best of la ire e playoffs arid won the first game with Lubbock Monterrey in the by District fest. Iri the last five Imes the senior hurler pitches 22-1 3 innings. Roundin out die ult c contributions to the mythical team Are Cha. I is Jobe a Junior shortstop Robert Mcdonald a senior it third Roy Godwin senior Catcher and Tommy Berry my Jay Wood a die Outfield. The team included a position for a Utility outfielder i Man who c in play equally Well All three Post Sand i Lei hander pitching spot. I trility outfielder was voted As her Shel Coleman from Wichita i alls. Topping the Southpaw pitchers were Randy Stanford of grand Prairie on the Erst unit and Mike Pitts of wich exhibition play heralds first team second team first base Jim Shelton Stan Young of Irv. Second base Gary Gilbreath ack Mcgragh soph Ari or shortstop Charles Jobe Fred Akin a Ari or Irv. Or i third base Robert Mcdon Gary Boyer Ald Ari. Halt. A att her Roy Godwin i in Mills Ari. Halt. Outfield Tommy Berry Bob Rector Ari. A Wood of Eddy Ari., Bobby Driggers Nelson halt halt., Steve Walker of Utility Hershel Cole outfielder Man of. Pitcher Lee Bush Ari. Noel har a j right hander 4-0 Man up. Pitcher Randy Stanford Mike Pitts Lethander up or of. Hand Pitcher from grand Prairie whose highlight came when he fired a no hitter a a a in St Wichita Falls Early in the season. Stan Young from Irving Rook tie first base Slot. At second base was another Colt Jack Mcgrath a Junior. A Junior from Irving Fred Akin garnered the shortstop Slot while Gary Boyer of Haltom hogged third. Roses Are red violets Are Blue 3ae Catena 3teu&e is the place for you bl4-9241 i to ballroom finest in the Southwest tonight May 31 Bill hummels orchestra Over 30 dance club door prizes free trip to Las vegas for two. Red Calk saturday Nite featuring Louise Gowen the place where everybody goes an tie his want j Iff Tom Grin pal re it baseball season opening High pitches yells cd Joy and Quot Putter right Here babe Quot will sound Quot it in Irving this weekend As boys baseball gets underway for another Airn Mer. Regular begin until monday but exhibition games have been scheduled for Friday my saturday. The saturday games will Climax a Arade through Irvin by tie ballplayers. The Happy procession will leave Bowle or. High at in a.m., wind the a ii town to the Ball Park. Fridays games pits die raiders against the builders at 6 15, foil �., by the dodgers a the rebels. Four games have been scheduled for saturday following the opening Day Parade i . Indians is Thraves 3 30 cats is saints 6 00 blues is boosters 6 30 Faker is raiders this Summers managers and the teams tile will c it Ach include Leon Jones India Vav. J. Deaton rebels Chuck. Dykes cats Clint Mcnabb blues Luke Haak Bakers Ray Smith raiders Dave Johnson braves r. R. Re edits Dod ers Lynn onners. Builders Charley Luce St. Luke saints and Conrad Preston boosters. Ira i his on the second team. The remainder of the first team selections Are Jim Shelton of wich in balls at first base. Gary Gilbreath of grand it Airie and a Sophomore at second and Bobby Nelson of Haltom in the Outfield. Leading t e second team was Noel Harde Marp Rig fit baseball a Dirac Dally is san Francisco 4, 5 Penila 4 12 inn2 los Angeles 13, 6 new York 6,5 new York to Minnesota i Cleveland 7, 0 Baltimore 0,7. Houston 8, Chicago 6 14 inn Pittsburgh 3, St. Louis i Kansas City 5, 0 Washington 2, 8 Chicago 3, 6 Detroit 7,3 Milwaukee 4, Cincinnati 3 air cond 1961 Model special Low factory Price of $1699s titty uss 1205 i. Irving blvd. Bl4-0161 new management Morgan Moon manager Harles Winn owner v fresh As a Flower in just \ hour. Ona hour Mem a 510 Plymouth Park Center Irving Texas bl3-2587 next door to Safeway Box storage free Moth roofing 3-Day special 2 sweaters cleaned blocked Mot proofed returned in cellophane bag or Box Only Loo May 31 june 1-2 it it business goes where its invited and stays where its 510 Plymouth pork Irving lanes 108 s. Nursery bl3-2443 Handicap match game championship june 16-17 3 00 pm 1962 classified male bowlers with 175 and under highest 1962 Irving average. Handicap 70% from 180 entry $6.50 deadline for entry fee june 13, 1962 i St place$75.00 2nd place $50.00 3rd place $25.00 trophies for first 3 places twelve places if 64 bowlers enter bowl 4 games to qualify each game on a different pair of lanes. Total pins qualify top 12. Qualifiers will bowl elimination match games on june 17. One half the Field will be eliminated after each game Irving lanes

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