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Morning Avalanche (Newspaper) May 8, 1952, Lubbock, Texas Lamesas Lobos Humiliate Machado Hubbers 12 To 7 Machado Loses Unbeaten Status Special to the Avalanche LAMESA Maq Lamesa Lobos scored three runs in the first inning went on from there to defeat the Lubbock Hub bers 127 here tonight to give Ted j Wyberanec his second straight vic tory Ray Machado took the loss to knock him out of the ranks of un beaten pitcherV Three firstinning errors were charged against the Hubbers Bob Falk walked to start the massacre Don Stokes follow ed with a single that drove Falk to third Falk Attempts Steal Falk attempted to steal second and Jesus Rejon dropped the to give him life for the first Lub bock error of the inning Bill Metzig then booted Joe Fortins grounder for the second error and allowed Falk to score Frosty Kennedy who got four hits two of them doubles then drove Stokes in with a single The relay from the outfield to get Stokes was dropped by Palmer for ths third error d Stan Malinowski singled across the third run The Lobos continued their attack j went to bat for Lamesa Four of them Falk Stokes Kennedy and Vic Garcia doubled Two of Wilcox and To make things complete Mach ado hit Malinowski witha pitched ball Lamesa got one more run of Machado who had won two games before tonight before he was re placed by Ed Ashley at the top of the fifth inning In the fourth Ken nedy got his second double and scored on Garcias single The change of pitchers worked until the seventh when Jim Cala han walked and Wyberanec was safe on a sacrifice attempt when first base with a throw Calahan was forced at third by Wilcox by Wyberanec then scored on Falks single Stokes then singled Wilcox home Manager Jay Haneys crew got one more the eighth on a hit and two wild pitches One Run In Sixth Lubbock was shackled witlvbut two hits until the sixth inning when the Hubbers started their scoring with on run Jess Jacinto singled but was forced at second by Rejon Kenna was safe at first on an error to put Rejon on sec ond he he scored when Palmer singled Three runs in the eighth came when Jacinto was safe on an error and Kenna and Palmer singled to load the bases Wyberanec h i t Eddit Bucz to score one run and Metzig walked to force in anoth er The third tallied when Charles Nelson ground out to first base Jim Schindler walked to load I the bases again but Ashley fanned I to end the rally In the ninth Bob Leonhardt singled for Rejon and Palmer was safe on Kennedys second error Bucz singled home Leonhardt and Mitzig was safe on an error by Falk to load the bases again Nelson singled to score two runs by fouling out to the catcher Stokes three runs batted in gives him a totla of eight in the last two games Supervisor of Umpires George H Jhonson from Nashville witnessed the game with Presi dent Ray Wingler tonight and Paul Dean Lubbock general man ager was also in the stands Ed Arthur will probably hurl for Lamesa tomorrow night with Ken Rogers set to go for Lubbock Box score LITTLE SPORT By Rousen Cleveland Annexes Second Straight Over Yanks 72 Red Sox Defeat Chisox 72 As Edge Browns 10 In Mound Duel NEW YORK May 7 The Cleveland Indians made it two straight over New York today as Mike Garcia scattered 12 Yankee hits for a 72 triumph the Tribes fourth in a row The victory kept the Indans a game behind the league leading Boston Red Sox The I n i d a n s made only 11 safeties off three Yankee hurlers but three went for extra bases a home run by Al Rosen and back to back doubles by Luke Easter hand the light hitting yanks col lected only a pair of twobaggers among their dozen base hits and both were tainted Garcia did not pitch a particu larly strong game but was strong in the pinches pandora bracelets forcing the Yanks to leave 10 runners strained a pair of double plays in the eighth and ninth also pulled him out of Jams AB H O YORK 522 533 4 2 1 4211 5 1 4 311 0 0 1 o 402 202 200 aMize CLEVLND Simpson cf ABHO A 4124 5034 S 2 1 0 4260 4 i o n 4103 3 1 13 J 4 2 2D 2 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leagueleading Boston Red Sox beat Chicago 7 to 2 Henry tripled home two runs in the seventh inning to cap the Bos ton asault on Ken Hoicombe and two successors About the only thing the White Sox accomplished was to stop Clyde Vollmer but not before the torrid Boston out fielder had doubled twice to run his string to seven straight hits CHICAGO ABBOAIBOSTON AB H 0 A 3 0 1 526 503 411 4 1 6 205 200 000 0 101 0 Henry p 4 0 0 Oi 0000 2111 1 0 0 Ol 0 0 0 31 0000 Brooklyn Shades Cincinnati 54 CINCINNATI May 7 Johnny Rutherford allowed only three in six and twothirds innings of relief pitching tonight as he hurled the Brooklyn Dodgers to a 5 to 4 victory over the Cin cinnati Reds Rutherford up from St Paul took over after the Reds had shell ed starter Christ Van Cuyk for thres runs in the third Westerners To Meet Sandies In Playoff Series The Lubbock Westerners and Amarillo Sandies will meet in a best twooutofthree ganie series for the District 1AA baseball championship The first game of the play off has been set for 4 Fri day at Lubbocks Chapman Field The second tilt will be run off Saturday in Amarillo And if a third game is neces sary it will be played in Am arillo at Monday The two teams have met six times each winning three games And each team has scored 21 runs in the series Lubbock swept three of the first four games with the Sandies but dropped a double header in its last outing Probable pitchers for Fri days opener will be Charley Wright for Lubbock and Reu ben Palacio for Amarillo LUBBOCK MOKNING PAGE SIX LUBBOCK TEX THURSDAY MAY 8 1952 PAMPA ALBUQUERQUE WIN Clovis Plasters Gassers 17 To 2 In Series Opener BORGER May 6 Borger Gassers got their first look of the season at the league leading Clovis Pioneers here tonight and the hapless Gassers were never able Amarillo Manager Resigns Position j Brooklrn Snider cf Van a1 h o ai Cincinnati 4 1 3 522 523 512 4 1 1 4 3 10 4 1 3 303 1 0 0 310 ATmple BSlsler I BIG Max Lanier left and Sal Maglie of the Giants keep themselves in tune exercising in their hotel room be tween workouts and games especially when it rains EXHIBITION GAME IS SLATED Jacksonville Eagles To Tangle With Florida Cubans Here Tonight There will be baseball tonight in Lubbock with the Florida Cu bans and Jacksonville Eagles clashing in an exhibition tilt at Hubber Park at S The Florida Cubans originally from Havana played 172 games aMasl bDente cMranda Totals 0 S 0 5112 3310 5 1 100 5030 3104 3121 3141 3200 319378 33 5248 ToUlS CHICAGO 002 BOSTON 000 or Coleman la 6th b Grounded out for Kennedy In 7th Walked or Stobbs In 9th Mele DIMasslo 2 Pesky Plersal Lepclo white Henry Vollmer Pesky 2 Goodman 2 Henty 2 Mele Rob E insert Twobase 3 Pesks Robinson Plersal Threebase Lepclo and Robinson 10 Boston 10 5 Hoicombe 4 Kennedy 2 Stobbs 2 Henry 5 Hoicombe 1 Kennedy 3 Stobbs 2 4 In 123 Kennedy 3 In 4 13 Stobbs 3 In 2 R and 51 Kennedy 00 Stobbs 22 Henry 22 Vollmer Henry Carras 5uel Stobbs Qoodman Win ner 40 02 YESTERDAYS RESULTS WTNM Leaine Lamesa 12 LTJBBOCK 7 Albunueraue 5 Amarillo 0 Clovis 17 Border 2 Pampa 11 Abilene 6 American Leawe Washington 6 Detroit 2 Philadelphia 1 St Louis 0 Cleveland 7 New York 2 Boston 7 Chlcaso 2 Nltloml Brooklyn 5 Cincinnati 1 Pittsbursh S Philadelphia 1 New York 3 St Louis 1 Boston at Chicago cold Texas Leirtft Dallas 4 Beaumont 2 Shreveport 5 Port Worth 4 Oklahoma City a Houston 7 San Antonio 5 Tulsa 4 STANDINGS WTN3VX Leaftte Teami TV B Lubbock 7 AlbuquerqUB 7 Lameea 6 Borgcr 6 Pampa Amarillo tut GB 786 571 3 500 4 500 4 452 429 5 429 5 308 814 Tota pandora bracelets ls 31 12 14 27 7 4 singled for Rejon in 9th CO 794 LAMESA 330 100 14 4 Bucr 2 Metzlc Nelson 3 Talk 2 Stokes 3 FOrtln Kennedy 5 Gar cia Calahan Twobase Falk Stokes 2 Kennedy 2 Garcia anec Doubl Metzlz and Kenna 10 Lamesa 8 Machado 3 Ashley 2 Wyberanec 4 Strike outs Ashley 1 Wyberanec 7 Hits 11 for 9 In 4 Innlnfs Wyberanec Machado 2 Losing Pitcher Machado Umpires Ross and David dark Tech Nelman Gels Specal Mention In Tennis Mag A Tech tennis player has re ceived special mention in The monthly tennis maga zine published in Houston About David Clark Tech fresh man from Lubbock a columnist comments He pandora bracelets is one of the most promising Texas Junior Davis Cup prospects albeit a lefty In a recent team match Clark de feated Rod Williams SMU S6 DAVEY WHIPS VEJAR CHICAGO May 7 Chuck Davey of East Lansing tonight boxed his way into a title shot at Welterweight Cham pion Kid Gavilan by winning a unanimous decision in 10 rounds over Chico Vejar of Stamford at Chicago Stadium SPABXAXS SPAR EAST LANSING Mich NEA Davey fourtime NCAA champion while at Michigan State keeps in shape for his professional welterweight bouts working out with the Spartan boxing team A7s Nudge Browns PHILADELPHIA May 7 ffl Alex Kellner of the Philadelphia Athletics and Earl Harrist of the St Louis Browns waged a tightly knit mound duel tonight as the As best the Browns 10 Kellner allowed only five hits and Harrist four The lone Philadelphia tally came in the first inning on a double by Eddie Joost a sacri fice and an outfield fly Kellner was on the ropes in the top of the ninth but came through to save the win The Browns had the bags loaded and only one out on the Philadelphia portsider but he eot Bob Nieman on a pop foul to Catcher Joe Astroth and then ran the count full on PinchHitter Stan Rojek before Rojek lifted an easy fly to Elmer Valo in right for the game ending out 51 tools ab h o Philadelphia ab h o 4 1 2 303 000 3 0 1 0 ZernlaUf 400 2 0 1 1 0 000 1 0 0 0 2123 3120 2013 1000 2003 1100 0000 Teama Boston Cleveland Washington St LcuTs New York Philadelphia Chlcaifc Detroit Teams Brooklyn New York Chicago Cincinnati St Louis Boston Philadelphia Pittsburzh American League W L 14 6 14 TV 13 13 12 12 10 7 6 4 L 4 7 a 10 13 12 13 Pet 737 667 611 500 444 412 388 222 Pet 765 722 832 600 500 350 333 182 GB GB last year and won all but 26 of them One of those defeats inci dentally was to the Lubbock Black Hubbers IS3 Record The Cubans have won 13 of their 16 games this season having lost one to Tampa and two to the Hardwood Sports of Baton Rouge La In their latest outing Sunday the Cubans smashed the Waco Cardinals one o the top amateur baseball teams in the state 84 The Jacksonville Eagles were once champions of the Negro American Association a title they held for many years until the league disbanded And for the past two seasons they have been member of the Western Canadian League from which they also won a championship Boost Promising Youngsters The Eagles were selected to go to Japan for the semipro world series last September but the event was postponed because of the Korean conflict And within the past year the Eagles have sent five players to various clubs in the major leagues Totals 38 12 27 13 Totals lor Htller In 3rd lor Byfrty In bth BROOKLYN 103 100 CINCINNATI 003 001 Snider Campanula Pafko Rutherford Katton Adcock McMillan Temple Snider Cam panella Hodges Furlllo Adams 2 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They are owned by James Williams who in his heyday was considered one of the greatest outfielders in negro baseball At one time he was a teammate of Larry Doby Luke Easter Monte jlrvin Leroy Satchel Paige and Terrance McDuffy And on several occasions the Eagle mentor played against teams which featured such stars as Jackie Robinson and the Dean brothers Admission for tonights game is 76 cents for adults and 25 cents for children 29 5 24 ll Totals PHILADELPHIA 010 PITTSBURGH 001 031 Castljllone 2 Birtlrome Met n i kovich Kcshorek 2 Ryan 2 i Meyer 2 Ryan Garasl ola Castlsllone Twobase gllone Metkovlch Threebase gllene Home Castigllone Bartlrome Castlgllone Merson and Bartlrome 4 Pittsburgh 7 Pollet 3 Meyer I Pollet B Meyer 2 Hansen 1 Hits 8 In 7 Hansen 0 In 1 R and 51 Hansen 00 Pollet 11 Giants Dump Cards ST LOUIS May 7 m1hf New York Giants spoiled the starting debut of Willard Schmidt 23 right hander of the St Louis Cardinals tonight 31 but not before they used their two veteran masters of the mound twice 23game winners of 1951 Sal Maglie and Larry Jan sen Maglie 35 was credited with the victory his fifth of the season and eighth straight Teatui Fort Worth Beaumont Houston Shreveport San Antonio Dallas Oklahoma Cltr Tulsa w 16 14 14 13 12 12 12 10 Pel GB 640 583 1V4 519 3 464 4 Mi 462 4Vi 462 4Vj 462 4Vb 417 3144 2030 3030 2000 3190 3022 2122 3041 3102 Marion s DDmstrl AJhnsn ESoJek BKrhskl CRtvera Totals 29 5 24 13 Totab 24 4 37 11 Singled for Arft In 3th B Singled for Karrlst In 9th C Ran for Kryhoskl la 9th Ran for Marlon In 9th E Filed out for Goldsberrr In 9th ST LOUIS 000 000 PHILADELPHIA 100 000 1 Joost Moss Kell Fain TTObase Joost Phllley L Thom as KeI Joost and Fain Kellner Kell Joost and Fain Marlon and Arft 2 Louis 5 Philadelphia S off Hirflst S Kellner 2 by Harrist 1 3 B and Harrist and 1 Winner Kellner 23 Loser Harrist Nats Stop Tigers WASHINGTON May 7 KSThe surprising Washington Senators stretched their winning streak to See AMERICAN LEAGUE Page 7 TODAYS GAMES TVTNM Learac L0BEOCK at Lamesa Albuquerque at Amarillo Clovis at Boreer Pampa at Abilene American Learne Detroit at Washiniton St Louis at Philadelphia Cleveland at NeuYork Chicago at Boston National Learae Boston at Chicago Philadelphia at Pittsburgh New York at St LouU Only Games Beaumont at Dallas ahreveport at Fort Worth Houston at Oklahoma City San Antonio at Tulsa Arizona Dunks Raider Tankmen 61 To 21 In Swimming Meet TUCSON May 7 fflTaking all but one first place University of Arizona defeated Texas Tech swimmers 1 to 21 Tuesday It was the second day running Arizonas tankers had trimmed the invaders from Lubbock Don Funk Don Renner and Charles Miller all were double event winners for the Wildcats in todays meet Milt Tucker won Texas Techs only first place He took the div ing event ovJim Young Bob Kain of Texas Tech took second places in the 440yard and the 220yard freestyles and Ben Street of Tech took thirds in the 150yard individual medley and 220yard breaststroke RAFB 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Finals in both the consolation and championship bracket will be held Saturday night Thursday nights schedule Oilers vs St Paul Lutheran Church o Wilson vs New Home Ropesville will meet Lakeview in thl game Friday GOOD FtSHINO NEW UABINB BOATS MOTORS GROCERIES IC1 TELEVISION AND CAFE POSSUM HOLLOW CAMP Bldt Potion Klncdov Lake II From Graham CALL IUNGER TEXAS FOR RESERVATIONS BILL Owner Fonnerls Parrlen Masked Marve Defeats Curtis The Masked Marvel lived up to his reputation by defeating George Curtis in the main event on Wednesdays wrestling card at Jamboree Hall The Marvel had to come from behind to gain the win however Curtis won the first full in one min ute catching the masked man with a series o dropkicks and an abdominal stretch But the Marvel came back to take the second fall in 15 minutes with an armlock and elbow stomp And he won the bout 15 minutes later with an armlock and elbow stomp The semifinal between Tony Morelli and Sessue Oyama almost stole the show from the top battle though Ray Big Train Clements was announcing and immediately he got in a squabble with Morelli before the match started Morelli the Bull of the Pecos slugged the Lubbock wrestling manager And when Clements swung back Morelli kicked him through the ropes into the aisle and toldhim to sit down where he belonged Then before Morelli could cool off Oyama grabbed him with a Japanese armlock and pinned him in two minutes But Marelli evened it up 11 minutes later with a chin lock and strangle But the match turned into a wild freeforall five minutes deep in the last round And Referee Benny Tru dell stepped in to halt the match and declare it no And the first event saw George Lopez and Ace Grandmal Abbott battle to a 20minute draw in the scheduled onefall scrap Next week the one and only Gorgeous George will return to the Lubbock arena The Gorgeous one always a top attraction will meet one of the roughest grapolers in the business in the veteran Clements Advance tickets will be on sale 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Updated: 16:05, Sunday March 30, 2014

Tens of thousands of people have gathered at a Sri Sri Radha Krishna Temple in Spanish Fork for the start of an annual two day festival of colours in the US state of Utah.

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Revellers danced to music, practised yoga and threw coloured corn flour in the air once every hour during the all day Holi Festival of Colours.

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Thousands of students from nearby Brigham Young University take part in the festival, which is expected to draw 70,000 people.

The event stems from a Hindu tradition celebrating the end of winter and the triumph of good over evil.

‘It’s an opportunity for young LDS (Mormon) kids to come and celebrate their spirituality without alcohol or drugs,’ said Caru Das, the temple’s priest.

Das said the event feels more like a rock concert than a religious ceremony, particularly with live music.

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‘This festival is to remind you who you are.’

The festival gives participants a chance to gain exposure to Hindu chants and beliefs while plastering others with dust of many vibrant colours that costs $US3 ($A3.25) per bag or $US12 for five bags.

The hourly throwing of rainbow hued corn flour leaves participants drenched in colour.

‘It’s a place for your inner child to come out,’ Robynn Kirkham, a Pleasant Grove accountant who runs a construction company, told The Tribune.

Ranjan Khurana and his wife, Anu, came from Boise, Idaho, because friends in the Spanish Fork Hindu congregation raved about how electrifying the event has become.

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Mormon stake celebrates 50th anniversary

Latter day Saints from the Whittier area, friends, neighbors and community members will join for a weeklong celebration to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Whittier stake.

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A picnic Saturday will feature games, food and live entertainment at Parnell Park, 15390 Lambert Road. at the Whittier Stake Center, 15265 Mulberry Drive. Sunday. For information, call (562) 693 6759. Sunday at First United Methodist Church of Whittier, 13222 Bailey St. For information, call (562) 698 0022. Saturdays at Beth Shalom of Whittier, 14564 E. Hawes St.

The Beth Shalom choir is welcoming new members, especially women and men to sing soprano and bass. Tuesdays.

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The conference is with Pastor Aida Arvelo and Prophet Bruce Thompson Jr. and will be in both English and Spanish. For information, call (562) 693 9244. May 1 at First United Methodist Church, 13222 Bailey St.

The celebration theme, “Building on our Stories,” will start the event followed by a luncheon. Reservations should be made by Tuesday.

All women are invited. For information, call (562) 698 7001.

Whittier Friends School has openings available

Whittier Friends School, 6726 Washington Ave., provides quality Quaker education to students in grades kindergarten through sixth, along with year round preschool. Children should be at least 2 years old and potty trained.

Both facilities have openings available. May 3 in the courtyard of the church, 13205 Philadelphia St.

There will be free snacks, booths, music and more. To raise funds to combat global hunger, the church is encouraging a donation of $2 per person that will go entirely to Heifer Project International.

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Each participating organization will sponsor a table focusing on a specific country or region, and provide an estimated 50 finger food items or craft items that represent the chosen place.

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