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today on h a t for a pension insurance Ihe assoc the owners r t i n e n t for out altend- -- The from Oklahoma Dec. i and Francisco Wood. Ok- f t e d -Inlr l . Mul, I n c - k l p . R n l l l I m i - n i l . l.un two have and from meeting lo signi- o n to be present on annual prepared more than mo- rounds, seconded, such a h e i r of yesterday. Bob was who previous from , and Eddie The more Crucial Twinbill Slated In County Cage Firing Douglass, Indiahoma Girls Already In Tourney Finals By GENE THRASHER (Staff Sports Writer) The Comanche county basketball tournament has reached the crucial stage with two semifinal clashes tonight's card. Geronimo's girls battle Cache at 7:30 p.m. at fieldhouse, and the Bluejay boys and Indiahoma take floor at 9 to settle another finals berth. Douglass' unbeaten Lions and Indiahoma's lassies, tournament favorites, reached Friday night's finals by chalking chalking up victories last night. Douglass overcame Cache, 5135. 5135. to notch its 12th consecutive triumph and the Warriors squeezed squeezed past a surprisingly tough Elgin Elgin scxtcl. 45-39. Indiahoma's boys trounced Chattanooga, Chattanooga, 50-27, to wind up last (Stuff Pholn) FIGHT FOR ISKBOL'ND: MiMirice Bridgewater of Douglass, in background, background, K r "'s a loose ball under the Cache (foal as the Bulldogs' Mike Landerdalo reaches backward in an all-out effort for tho ball. The unbeaten Lions spurted in Ihe last half to handle (.'ache and naiii the finals in the annual county tounicy here last night. Pro Cage Classic Is Rated 'Tossup DETROIT (AP)--The East and the West apparently are evenly m a t c h e d for their National Bas- kclball Assn. all-star duel tomorrow tomorrow night at Olympia Stadium. The East starters--Bob Cousy, Bill Paissell and Bill Sharman of Boston. Paul Arizin of Philadelphia Philadelphia and Ken Sears of New York --own an overall per-game average average of 20.Tj points. The West starters w i l l be Bob T'ettit, Cliff Hagan and Slater Martin of the world champion St. Louis Hawks, Klgin Baylor of Minneapolis and Gene Sliue of Detroit. This five averages 20.1 points per game. A near-capacity crowd is anticipated anticipated for this, the ninth annual NBA mid - year classic, to he played for the first time in Detroit. Detroit. The East has won six of the eight previous contests, and will Iry lo make it three in a row for Coach Red Auerbach of the Boston Boston Celtics, champions of the Eastern Division. Auerbach's East squad triumphed last year 130-11S on a great splurge late in the game by Cousy. Olmedo Rallies, Ousts Schmidt ADELAIDE (AP) -- Playing heavily taped around his midsec- lion. Alex Olmedo, U. S. Davis Cup hero, rallied from the brink of defeat today to enter the semifinals semifinals of the Australian National Tennis Cahmpionships. The Peruvian from Southern California, who had been forced lo withdraw from the doubles Wednesday because of a strained stomach muscle, vanquished Ulf Schmidt of Sweden in a five-set struggle 6-4, 9-7, 3-6, 3-6, 7-5. Also entering the round of four were top-seeded Neale Fraser who beat his fellow Australian Don Candy 6-2, 6-4, 4-6, 6-1 and Aussie Bob Mark who upset Spain's Andres Andres Gimeno 6-4, 3-6, 7-5, 6A. The other scheduled quarter-final quarter-final between Barry MacKay of Dayton, Ohio, and Aussie Roy Emerson was postponed until Fri- dav. Get Your Industrial UNIFORMS TILL EPSON'S 413 S. 3rd EL 5-864Z Salesman Will Call This will be the all-star coaching coaching debut for Easy Ed Mticaulcy, the rookie coach of the Hawks. Macaulcy was the most valuable player in the first All-Star Game in 1931, when he paced Ihc East toi a lU-94 triumph in the Boston Garden. Both squads will have at Icasl one o p p o r t u n i t y lo work out as a u n i t . The 10-playcr squads were due in Detroit loclay and both coaches have indicated they would work out at Olympia Stadium in the- afternoon. Before the All-Star Game gets underway, the NBA's board of governors will meet to determine playoff and meeting sites and dates and discuss other mailers. League officials hint that some minor rule revisions are expected expected and league President Maurice Podoloff already has stated the governors will take up last Friday's Friday's racial incident in Charleston, Charleston, W. Va. Baylor, the rookie star of the Minneapolis Lakers, said he and two Negro Icammates were denied denied accommodations at a Charleston hotel. where other members of the team were staying. staying. The three Negroes moved to another hotel, but Baylor was so disturbed about the incident he elected (o sit out (he game against C i n c i n n a t i that night. The second half of Friday night's game will be nationally telecast and broadcast by NBC. night's action. The score may indicate Douglass Douglass had a relatively easy time dnspos'ing of Cache, but the Bulldogs Bulldogs were very much in contention contention until ace Frisco Mahaffey suffered a serious leg injury Just before halftime. The jump-shooting Mahaffey liad popped in 13 points from long range during Ihe opening half and Cache lagged by just two points, 20-18, at intermission. Mahaffey Mahaffey came back in the last half, but his effectiveness was reduced and Douglass had little trouble p u l l i n g away. Willie Shclton. a jump-shtoting forward, and Eddie Shegog. a rangy guard who is a dcadcye from the oulside, fired in three and two baskets respectively in the third stanza as coach H. C. King's q u i n t forged a 33-21 margin. margin. Douglass ballooned the lead to 39-22 before Cache, led by center Johnny Wimple, managed to slice the deficit 1o 40-31 wilh five minutes minutes remaining. But then the Lions, receiving a big boost from numerous Cache fouls', pulled away again. Shegog. a superb all-around player, scored 14 points to lead Ihc Lions and al.so speared one rebound rebound a f t e r another. Shelton bagged bagged 11 points, 10 coming in the final h a l f . Wimple 1 was Ihe only Bulldog besides Mahaffey who could find Ihc range, managing seven points. He fouled out in Ihe f i n a l m i n u t e lo follow Mahaffey. who was whistled do n for the f i f t h time early in the last period. Douglass, which held a considerable considerable height advantage, made use of it and looked almost as slicrp as they did in sidelining Sterling. 35-34", Tuesday. Indiahoma girls' tough victory victory over Elgin last night was surprising since (he Owls weren't expected to give the powerful Warriors much trouble after bowing by 20 points in their last game. But Elgin fought the Big Pas- lure tourney champs on even terms throughout the first half which ended 20-20. Sandra and Jacqueda Parker, however, fired Ihc Warriors ahead in the Ihird period. 32-26, and Indiahoma held off the Owls down the stretch for its 'second tourney triumph. Jacquctta, who is a senior, sank 30 points for scoring honors and couldn't miss at the free-throw stripe, hitting 12 in a row while flubbing just two. Elgin girls, who have made remarkable progress after starting starting basketball just this season, had throe sharpshooting forwards in Janette Robbins, Venita Hawpe and Geneva Hawpe, who sank 14, See TOURNEY, Page 11 The Box Scores Indiahoma-Elgin DETROIT (AP)--Here are the line-ups and numbers of the players players on (lie NBA all-star squads who meet tomorrow n i g h t : EASTERN DIVISION 11. Paul Arizin, Philadelphia 12. Kenny Sears, New York 6. Bill Russell. Boston 14. Bob Cousy. Boston 21. Bill Sharman, Boston ALTERNATES 4. Dolph Schayes. Syracuse 15. Woody Sauldsberry. Phila. 10. Johnny Kcrr. Syracuse 9. Richie Guerin. New York 7. Larry Coste.Ho, Syracuse WESTERN DIVISION 9. Bob Pettit, St. Louis 15. Cliff Hagan, St. Louis 23. Elgin Baylor. Minneapolis 22. Slater Martin, St. Louis 21. Gene Shue, Detroit ALTERNATES 12. George Yardley, Detroit 27. Jack Twyman, Cincinnati 1-1 Larry Foust, Minneapolis 17. Dick Carmaker, Minneapolis 14 Dick McGuire. Detroit C o n s t i t u t Sports I N D I A H O M A C I S ) i r l s K (l-a tp S. Parker G 2-7 M ,T. Parker 9 12-14 30 Tnh'ltnh n 1-4 1 Cha'hah . 0 0 - 0 0 Dotitl . . . 0 0-0 0 K r a n u m . 0 0-0 (1 B o a u ' a m p 0 0-0 n A o s n a p , 0 0-0 0 Totals IS 15-2345 E L G I N CI!» g ll-n I n O. Hawpc 6 0-2 1'J V Hawpe 3 7-1013 Ttobblns _ fi M r C r a w M i l l e r ... Ueiil .. . McCarthy 2-4 14 0 0 0 0-0 0 0-0 Ted Feeling Fine, Ready To Sign Pact MANCHESTER. N. H. UP) -- "I wouldn't be signing i[ I didn't j think I could play enough. That! bench drives me bananas," i With those words, 40-year-old Theodore Samuel Williams today prepared to continue contract talks with the Boston Red Sox. The great lelt-handed slugger, lior.ored at a baseball dinner here, sai;3 he will visit newly-appointed Sox General Manager Bucky Harris Harris tomorrow at Fenway Park. Williams already has had an hour session with Joe Cronin. I am belter Tight now than I was last year at this time," Williams Williams said. "A year ago my ankle really hurt me. I thought for a while I might have to call it quits." Williams, ol course, rounded into form to beat out teammate Pete Runnels for the American League batting championship on j the final day of the season. It was Ted's sixth hitting crown. "Remember I'm 40," Williams kept repeating. "I'm not shooting at any goals. Alter all, how many 40 year old ball players do you recall who did too much?" "I just want to play as much possible," Williams added. "I wouldn't be signing if I didn't think I could play enough. That bench drives me bananas." Williams said he had no managerial managerial aspirations for the future when the subject was mentioned. As for [he Red Sox in '59, Williams Williams says a lot hinges on what Vic Werlz can do. The power hitter hitter was acquired in a trade with C l e v e l a n d . Wertz. missed much of last season due to a broken ankle. "If Wertz can continue to hit it would lielp us a lot," Williams said. "For one thing, the pitchers would be more careful about walking me w i l h Vic coming next." Williams called Wcrtz one of the four best left-handed hitters in the American League ever the past decade. He mentioned Yogi Berra and Eddie Robinson but refrained from including his name. In one of his rare moments, Williams Williams attended the dinner sporting a necktie. "Maybe it's a jinx because we had a flat tire on the way up," Williams said. Introduced to the wife of New York Yankee M a n a g e r Stengel for the first time, Williams Williams brought a laugB\when he said: "I'm glad to have finally met the boss of this outfit." Totals 15 9-11! 39 SCORE BV QUATITKRS Irulinlionm in in 12 i I f 9 6 (3--3» CACHi; (33) Maliaffcy G Wimple . 3 Haw'orne l Lau'dale 1 Thorn - -. 1 R u n n e l s . n Rlsingcr 0 Douglass-Cache DOCGLASS It-a III i 4-6 16 Bri'xvaLer 3 ShCROK -. 4 Slicllon . X Willis ... C 1-5 7 :t-.1 S Mays 0-2 0 Shannon 4 0-0 0 Turner - 0 Owens ,- 0 Mason Jet'Ron - Tnlnli 12 11-^1 35 Totals i.'.l) fl-a Ip 1-2 7 G-7 14 5-5 11 1-4 1 1-6 7 0-3 8 1-3 1 0-0 0 0-1 'I 0-0 2 15-31 51 SCORU BV QUARTERS i'lie 7 1 1 3 1 I--:IS iicla.** 8 12 13 18--51 Chatty-Indiahoma CHATTY (27) f tl-m. Tosee _ . _ 3 0-1 While _ . - 2 1-2 Sloncr _ . 1 1-1 Bu'\vald 0 0-1 Couch .. 1 Stoll McCary Green Wcdrilo . 1) 0-0 Mcdtord 0 [)-0 Bessemer 0 Win'chy INDIAHOMA (50) 0-0 2 2-2 1 0-1 -. 1 1-3 IP 6 HaKield 1 5 Rhodes . 1 0-3 2 3 Lee 1 3-3 5 0 Roach _ . 2 1 - 1 5 2 Teakcll . 5 9-1219 (i Poaf'ty . 1 2 Baker .. 1 3 niihitly fl-n t[ 1-3 3 1-2 3 1-2 3 1-2 0 R y d e r ... 2 1-6 5 0 Gilllam . 0 0 - 0 0 0 Totals" 11 5-1127 Tolsl 16 18-34 5B 0-0 o o-o SCORE B¥ QUARTERS ( h a t l y 4 s s !»- IniHanom* I I 12 17 1»- PARMENTER FINANCE CO. Low Cost Loans on Any Good Security Financing BANK KA I t«l Elevator at North Building Entrance Second Floor CITY NATIONAL BLDG. -- EL 3-5571 Midget Cage Play On Deck Tonight Two crucial games are on tap this evening at LHS' fieldhouse in the city's small - fry basketball program. Lincoln meets Douglass in an East league game and Swinney plays Taft in a West league headliner, headliner, with both games slated at G:10 p.m. All four teams have 2-0 records. Other East league games pit Jackson vs. Washington, Roosevelt vs. Post and St. Mary's vs. FSIS. In West league play, Cleveland tests Wilson, Garfield meets Jefferson, Jefferson, Rogers plays Dunbar and Howell tackles Adams. in a A be I I I Fights Last Night By Thn As.socluted Prpi,* WASHINGTON. D.C.--Lahouardi Godih. 131',;, Algeria, outpointed Eddie Perkins 13S Chicago 10. to BRING US ALL AND FEATURING S19 S. 3rd Dili XX. 9-281B

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  1. The Lawton Constitution,
  2. 22 Jan 1959, Thu,
  3. Page 10

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