Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on May 29, 1947 · Page 11
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Hurlers Stage 10 Inning Duel (By The Associated Press) Houston's A} i*apal, and Beau< tiiOht%8Jtrry. Orubb init tm a great pitcher's duel last night in the only Texas League game that counted in. the standings. iieustori won the. game in the tenth inning, 2-1, when Billy Costa trlijpied to score Papai from first. Papal had struck out, but Beau- hiont, catcher Bill Dparks dropped the ball, and the Buff pitcher beat the,throw.to first. Pftpai gaVe up five hits, struck out iollr..meh, walked three and hit one M • winning his fifth game. He has Jost five. Grubb gave Up four hits, struck out eight and walked three, tile defeat was his first. He has vbtt two-games. Shreveport -and San Antonio played a tie game, 5-5. The game was called at the end of the eleventh inning to enable Shreveport to catch a train. Stan Benjamin and Owen Friend •of San Antonio bolh hit home runs in the game. Fort Worth at Tulsa and Dallas at Oklahoma City were rained out. The teams change opponents today, Dallas invades Tulsa; Fort Worth tackles Oklahoma City, Beaumont plays San Antonio and Shre- vepdrt meets Houston. Locke Considered Hottest Entrant NEWTON, Mass.—(/P)—While U. S Open Champion Lloyd Mangrum LINEUP fcy Bbb fei-ay DiMatmio Is and Ben Hogan, the PGA titlist and current defender, were posting five- luider-par 67s in the warmup ac-, tion, Bobby Locke of South Africa, was considered the hottest entry of the 16 invited to compete in the $10,000 Goodall . Round-Robin Golf Tournament that opens today at the Charles River Country Club. The 16 •top-.flight professionals, as rated by Elmer Ward, the Goodall tourney sponsor, were given opportunities. to try out the 6,373- yard course yesterday in a pro- member competition. ' It WMts won by Herman Ban-on, winner of the $45,000 Tarn O'Shant- er competition, and Charles River member Chet Harris when they put together a best ball of 63. Barren carded a 68. W.EST TEXAS-NEW MEX. LEAGUE Yesterday's 'Results Amnrlllo at Pampa (uo.stnoncd). •Altnicmerqui.* 3, Lubbock 5. Olovi.s IS, Lnmesa 25. Borwbr 1, Abilene 11. TEAM— W Lubbock .......... 2!"v Amarillo ..... .... 21 Pet. GB .7;!!; .70(1 2 .fine <;!,.', .r>31 7 " •„-«] 7 .400 11 ..'{.'I.'! IS PnirTDR ........... Abilene ..... ' ..... 17 1."i Lainesa ........... 17 in Bproror ...; ........ K! 1!» Albununrriuo ...... 10 20 . Clovi.s ....... . . (i 25 • .i«|,| 17 Today's Schedule ' Amarillo. at Pampa". Albuquerque u( L»ul>bock. Bower at Abilene. , ClovlS at Lamesa. t '" - NATIONAL LEAGUE TEAMS— W L Pet. Brooklyn .............. 10 M .576 Cliloa«:6 . ............... 1 !l 15 .559 Now York .............. 17 1 <l .548 Boston ---- ........... IS 10 .529 Pittsburgh ............. 1C 15 .f.1C Philadelnhla ............ 17 T.I ..172 Cincinnati . . . ........... 15 21 .417 St. Louis ................ 14 21 .-100 AMERICAN LEAGUE TEAMS— W L Pot. Detroit ............... 22 12 .047 Now York ............. JS 15 .545 Boston .................. 1!) 16 .543 Cleveland ............... 13 13 .500 Chlcasro .................. 17 1.9 .486 .Washington ............ 14 17 .452 - Philadelphia . ............ 15 IS .441 St. Louis ........... ;... 12 20 .375 OILER GAMES • Last night's game between the Oilers and Amarillo's Gold Sox was called due to the cold weather, •The. -two 'teams are scheduled to meet in Oiler Park at 8:15 tonight. WHEN WE EXPRESSED THE opinion of many fahs, that Oilers Iric.'s president, Mr. Edmondson, had made an error in giving Borger. fans- week-limited rainchecks, After last Friday-s Oiler-Gasser tilt was postponed by the weatherman, we were simply pointing out an impractical business policy we felt would be detrimental to the local club and the entire league. Folio (vitig that single column the matter would flave been finished, particularly when Manager Grover Seitz stated that the rainchecks woulfl be honored at the next Bprger.Pampa game here. But, Mr. Edttiotidsori forced us to continue on the issue when he accused us of Jtaving misstated the facts and informing us in no quiet tones, in the presence of one of our family, incidentally, that we were completely misinformed, etc, For verification of our remarks on the subject, Troy Martin, Sports Editor of -the Borger -Herald, talked With several of the displeased Borger fans, who were handed rain- checks. The foremost of the group interviewed was Mr. Cliff Haggard, who lives at 329 North Main. Mr. Haggard, who is a former member of the Gasser's Board of Directors, would appear well qualified to express his views on the subject. He told Martin, "I talked to Mr. Edmondson personally and he told me that the rainchecks were good for one week only." Martin, who described Haggard as being extremely dissatisfied with the arrangement, also quoted him (Haggard) as having said, that a lot of people had thrown their rainchcoks away and that they had indicated that they wouldn't go back to Oiler Park "regardless of who was playing." Mr. • Haggard stated further that Edmondson had told him t that the rainchecks rule was made ,by the> league and not the local 'club, but Mr. Haggard said he could remember several similar instances in Gasscr Park where Jans' money was refunded. And Mr. Haggard was by no means the only dissatisfied fan. If it s desired by any member of the Oiler management, Martin says he feels confident that he can furnish them with n fairly complete roster of unhappy Gasser followers. If we have bored you fans bv continually dragging: this subject before jou, we apologize, but we lelt that we were forced to have our say. Now,, if no one tries to bulldoze us intt> printing a retraction on a statement that we are sure is facts, this will be the jast^you^hear on the matter. Tyler Manager. Beats Henderson 10 io 7 The Associated Press) Rotund Hack Miller Tyler manager and catcher, took over the hurling duties with his team behind 7-0 in the second inning. last night (Wednesday) and hurled the Trojans to a 10-7 victory over the Henderson Oilers. Marshall handed Bryan its worst defeat of the season, i<5-o. Martin gave up only two hits in hurling Lougview to a 15-0 shutout over Lufkin. Kilgore put on a four-run rally in the sixth inning to clip the league-leading Jacksonville Jax, 5-3. Until we know more of what our obligations are to be—national and international—I would not reduce taxes .at all. / —Bernard M. Barach. PLUMBING COMPLETE STOCK Butane Water Heaters 80 and V 30 GALLONS, Full automatic, insulated extra heavy tanks. Double Compartment • Cast Iron Enameled With C. P. Swing Faucet and Strainers 32x21 ^^-mr^> STEEl* SINK ,loss strainer 84*16 Kerosene Water Heater Coleman Automatic Insulated, 30 sal, * 123 o 5 As ''pictured. Double Drain Board Cnanjeled } M §teel \vH ffjleji* anil spray ^^ U! y$ f'9«re r«ur PlumW^ iitimtt ^^ ^W ^S^^ff^^WwilB^^W^HBr^^B '^KP' ^F ™ "&% i^-TTjpw^imJfl k^s? Boosting His Average Daily By The Associated Press Cancel the obits on Joe Dimaggio's career and add a new chapter. The Yankee Clipper has recovered a shaky ,143 start and boosted the New York dub into the thick of the American League fight with his .340 average. More than one critic crossed off Dimaggio as "just another ball player" when he failed to hit .300 last year. His heel injury and subsequent hitting slump co-incided with a general Yankee decline this spring. Some harsh critics included his name in mention of a general housecleaning at the stadium. That was before President Larry MacPhail fined him $100. Starting with the Yanks' shutout cohquest of Detroit's Hal Newhouser, the night after the fines were publicized, Dimaggio has been hitting like a fiend. In seven games he has smashed 15 hits and driven in 13 runs and batted .556. The Yanks have won six of their last seven, moving into second place, three and a half games behind Detroit. Last night the Yanks had a rollicking 9-5 victory over the Washington Senators. Dimaggio continued his sensational streak with .See DIMAGGIO, Page 12 CPAIiT can on BB i "^BB Pampa News, Thursday, May ,29, 1947 PAGE 11 Johns Austin Wins Golf Tournament With 2 Up Victory Over Bill Barton John Austin defeated Bill Barton two up in the finals of the Championship Flight of the Pampa Country Club's City Golf Tournament, it was announced yesterday. C. F. McGinnis beat Mark Heath three and two, for the consoltttion prize in the same flight. In the First Plight finals O. M. Prigmoro beat Charlie Thut 'one up. while Orville Heiskell beat Ed Givc-ns in the consolation round, two and one. Finals and consolation matches in other flights were: Second Flight—Ernie Hardin beal, A, F. Barnett, three and two; Walter Fade beat Jimmy Howard, five and four (cons.) Third Flight—Walt Wanner beat J. B. Holloway, two and one; Scott Kail be?,t Dr. Chas. Ashby, two and one (cons.) . Fourth Flight—Leon Stuebgcn H. H. Heiskell, two amUonc; Fran',; Smith beat Emmett Gee, two up (cons.) Frank Baker, club pro, said that umcs would be gi\< n to the winner pncl lh« runner-uti in eacli flight and to the consolation winner. He urged all winners to call for their pm.es at the clubhouse as soon ns possible. Baker also said that club directors would probably meet this week to arrange a dcfiiiite date for the Annual Top o' Texas Invitational Golf Tourney. Lewis Hardware Beats Texas Elf The Lewis Hardware Softball Team last night blasted the Texas- Elf Carbon Company Club 26-4 in K^ innings in an Industrial League game. Gene Horten. Lewis Hardware's pitcher, allowed the airboners 3 hit;- while his team mates blasted Texas' Burns for 22 hits. Lewis Hardware .. 529 040 26—2a <!1 Texas Elf Carbon 000 040 4— 8 a Read The J'ampa News Want Ads Kiwanis Sunday Scheduled to Gel Posting of the official schedule for hte first week's play in the Kiwanis Sunday School' Softball League annomirad the opening of season piny nf-;t Monday. The schedule was r .niplfU'd 'Tuesday nicht by the Kiwanis Committee, whose Hub originated the plan locally and sponsors it ench summer. Simultaneously it. was announced thai a final pre-senson merlin?* of nil team coat-lies would be held tonight and Commissioner W. B. Cauldwell urged that all coaches be present at the t;ct together in the City Commission Room at 7:30. A final check of" entries before making out the schedules revealed that five Junior Girls Teams, seven Sefiior Girls Teams, nine Junior Boys Teams and six Senior Boys Trams will participate in league play this year. ' Due to the increased number of divisions the- following teams will play on the named diamonds. The Junior Boys will play on the north diamond. Senior Boys on tiie center diamond and two girls leagues will both play on the south diamond. Play will begin at 7 each evening in the order in which the teams are named on the schedule. As soon as one, game is completed j another team is to take the field. The schedule — SoiHh Diamond Sre SOFTBALL, Page 12 School Softball League Its Under Way Next Monday See Additional Sports Page 12 More bath towels of dusty rose. are sold than of any other color | or shade. Weslinghouse Milk Cooler Cools 60 gallons of milk at one cooling. 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