Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on May 29, 1947 · Page 12
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 12

Pampa, Texas
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Thursday, May 29, 1947
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titm, ffewstif, May 5§, Iflf field am Yj£ run- MB-taite Memorial Day Cftfs nad qualified Starting fejfeces when time were felled at 6 p.m. (CST) MSI fngnt Chief Steward Jack Me- Jlfen had announced that yesterday's quftilfidaticin session was the last but early todav the Speed- iront office still" buzzed with «*»resMohs of regret. The cats figured to have the best chances to win the race were among tile" qualifiers, but the missing in- i fcluded air least three top-notch cars.! The 194s winner, a Thorne-Sparks sljt; driven last year by the late George Robson of Maywood, Calif., Was eliminated yesterday by burned out piston ring's as Tony Belten- hausen of Tinley Park. III., tried tn qualify. A new six-cylinder engine design- d Since 1926 Is Mile Memorial Run ed by Joe Lencki of Chicago, which Veteran Emil Andres was to drive, went out with a bnrnod piston. Engine trouble kept' the Now English E. R. A., brought over by H. L. Brooke of Coventry, from trying to qualify. On the bright side was the fine driving exhibition by Bill Holland of Bridgeport. Conn., n first-timer who topped all qualifiers with a speed of 128.756 miles an hour in one of the two new Blue C^-own Spark Plug specials. Other threats to the nine-year- old speedway record of H7.2 miles nr. hour for the "500" were posed by Dukp Nalon of Los Angeles, who qualified yesterday at 123.082 in a German-built Mercedes; Ted Horn, the pole winner in the MuseraU that twice hauled Wilbur Shaw to victory; and the fvo powerful Novi Governor Mobil f-yech'.ls. SHofr fflt fehftge t&6 _ ____ are Scheduled fo'r night games oh B* mjGH FULLfcftTOtf, JR. evety visit to St. Louis and Thompson Glass & Paint Co. 119 W. foster Phone 107« M-MM — RIGHT COSMETICS CERTAINLY MAKE A DlPFERENCE/'-GLAO I GOT ACQUAINTED WITH No Derby Bodies From Old Tanks One basic rulo concerning Soap Box Derby car I'Onstruct'on is that there are certain prohibitions af- frctinjr bodies, it, i;-: pointed out by Myron E. Scott., director of the race for Chevrolet, national co-sponsor of the Derby with this and other leading newspapers, All Derby liuprr-lors and other race official. 1 ; have bcrn instructed to ruin nut car; that' incorjwrote bodies built from airplane gns tnnks, water tanks or similar units. Cars ro built will not be 1 allowed to eom- pf-to in any Rip: 1 .! race or in the nationn] fin.ils, to bo )u-Ul Hii;; year .1! Akron, Ohio, AIIR. 17. "The Derby r'.'f-U;; to dcvflop a I).') 1 , '<; mechanici'.l talents," Scott ?,iiiil. "The man 1 of the car ho actually builds himself, the more the Derby activity furl hers his creative instincts. Employment of nl- rrurly-rubricated units is contrary ki (.lie bnsio purpose of the race." Scott pointed out, however, that the rules specifically permit boy- builders to use as body covering tin, sheet metal, aluminum, aluminum toil, fabric, wood, leather, paper, fiber w:\llboard, plywood, linoleum or almost any other substance a boy might conceivably employ. mr* three hits, all stogies. As Boston thumped Philadelphia, 9-2, in the ftftemoon. both the Red Scat and Yanks picked up a half game on Detroit Whose day game with Cleveland was rained out. A scheduled St. Louis at Chicago night game was postponed because of cold weather. Although three of the four National League games were played at night, the big noise came in the afternoon at the Polo Grounds where the befuddled Polo Grounds customers watched their. New York Giants take a second straight lacing from Brooklyn, this time 14-2. The BroOklyns. in winning, took their turn at leading the League. Enos Slaughter rescued the St. Louis Cardinals with a three-run homer that broke a 1-1 tie and gave the Birds a 4-2 edge over Cincinnati. Pittsburgh ruined the night for Chicago, rallying with three runs n the last of the ninth, to dump he Cubs out of first place. 7 to 6 The Philadelphia Phils eked out a 4-2 margin over the Boston Jraves, scoring twice en Si Johnson n the first and adding enough to nssure Si of his second 1< Ken Heintzelman of his success. MAJOR LEAGUE LEADERS Hv The Ag?t»-i:itrtl I'I-P-"-- NATIONAL LEAGUE YORJC— (#)— The other day Golfer Ben fitogan was explaining that noise didn't disturb his concentration Just as long as is was some distance away. . . . Bin said he wouldn't be bothered by people in the gallery shooting off guns, but it drove him wild to have someone close to him buzzing a movie camera or clocking coins in his pocket. Yesterday in the British Amateur, Smiley Quick delayed a shot while he asked a spectator to stop jingling coins in nis pocket. . . . Where else would he expect to find coins in Scotland? If Melio Bettiim wants hang up his gloves, he'll have "x> ask Broadcaster Steve Ellis for them. While Melio still was in a daze Friday night, Ellis visited his dressing room and carried off the floves as a souvenir. Bettina didn't have any use for them—at least not against Lesnevich. SURE AS TEXAS When the Chicago Cardinals play an exhibition game against the Boston Yanks at Dallas, Texas, second Septi 19> they'll have ten men in the lineup who played their college football in the Lone Star State. Ktttner. Mauldin, 'Parker, Conoly, ., ... "- *•» ^»- w K.A'Nvaw c. **.v»fc»i\,j » .i>i.uitiu.ii*| irai KCi, wUHUlY. i-^'x^ Y''H-'' - •vo' tln<l< ' ll>hi: ' • 3 "-.|Cr a in, Blackburn, Rahkin, Cooper, He,'me rims—;\ii-/'A"".\v w v,,ri- ,... I Ma l'ouf, and Dewell all played for ono von, T{r,f.-l..n nml Mill.T, ('i'lirin- I Texas Schools, liitiK;-Sn.-'hn. Host.!]) 7 n l.nn.i;] AM'ERICAN LEAGUE j inu - Mi;Qulmi. \r w Yorli ."S7;j ii- nms—ivill'inniN. Itnptnn IT' . N'ou- YnHi in. lijntr—IfiKclilnfion, Dctrnll (l-i Shra. Xr-iv y,,rk nrul Dolinon hot feeing to change night games. They already haviB sold tickets for thefn." John Crago, Princeton footballer of 20 years ago, #111 be chief mar- shall at the Natiohal Open Oolf Tournament in St. Icuis. And unless he's reduced a bit since his playing days, the gallery will have a heck of a time seeing the players." DOTS Alt, BROTHERS John Lawther. Peiln State's noted exponent of the sliding zone defense in basketball, ventures into Rhode Island for a high school clinic this week. Probably he will be the first to bring up the word By The Associated Press bbflck hid d fall t#o f&fefe in the W*$t »*§•*-»«# M«left toft&tic r,oG&y miursflay) alter defeating Albn^uerq&e 8-3. the second place ADianiJo Gold Sox were idle lust nl&ht. Their gihid with Pampa was called off because of cold. Lamesa and Clovis engnfed In a good old fashioned stuffest, played in a strong, gusty northeast wind. Lamesa won 25-18. Abilene evened their series with Borgcr by winning li-4. 'defense" there. Auburn's trackmen, returning from a meet with a vaulting pole atop the car, stopped at a country store for gas. The storekeeper's greeting was: "How's the fishing where you been?" New Regulation In Effect Toddy AUSTIN—(/P)—A new statewide Ixixing and wrestling regulation which requires main events to be approved by the State Labor Commissioner was in effect today. Labor Commissioner Maureen Moore announced the ruling yesterday, declaring that a 10-ilay notification must be given the com- SHORTS AND SHELLS ' - miscioncr bcf ° rc Ule b ° Ut ifi heltl Explaining what the protest of Read The Pampa News Want Ads DOCTOR'S DISCOVERY FOR BACKACHES DUE TO KIDNEYS • If excess acidity of your urine makei your back ache so you groan... So you (et up 3 or 4 times a night to pass water, now be of good cheer. Three generations ago a famous d<*"tof I noticed that hundreds of Ilia patients had this backache. He compounded a medicine made of 16 |h'erbs, roots, vegetables, bal- lama — truly Nature's own way to relief. Millions have used it. Tlie medicine \» Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root. Instantly you take it, it starts to work flushing out those excess acids that may cause your backache .. .increasing the flow of urine to help ease that burning sensation when you pass water ... and that bladder irritation that makes you get up nights. Caution: take at directed. You'll say it's marvelous. For free trial supply, send |to Dept. V, Kilmer 8t Co., Inc., Bo* 1255, Stamford, Conn. Or—get full-sized bottle of Swamp* Root today at your drugstore. Phone 1112 For free eslimaie of Awnings or Canopies lot your house or business. A small investment pays big dividends in pride and comfort. PAMPA TENT & AWNING CO. 313 N. Ballard Phone 1112 Every Day and On Sundays! By the Case or by the Bottle To Go. Also Open Sunday Nights Dancing Starts 7:30 p. m. We serve Beer Wine, Ale, Champagne and Setups to your party at youf free table or at our bar, or to take home. SOUTHERN CLUB Softball (Rirlr.): June ?! — 'Junior Giili: First Christian vs. Pirsl, Presbyterian;* Senior Girls: MeCullouRh Methodist vs. First Mnthodlst. .Uinc 3—CcntnU Bnntist vs. First first Methodist; Cnlvary IJnptlst vs. Filj-.t r^csbytcibn.. ' June 5 — First Presbyterian vs. Central Baptist; First Baptist vs Central Baptist. North Diamond. (Junior Boys): June 3 — McCullough Methodist vs. Harrah Methodist; First Methodist vs. Calvary Baptist. June 5—Narazene vs. Presbyterian;. First Baptist vs. Central Bap- vise. June 6—McCullough Methodist vs. First Methodist; Harrah Methodist vs. Calvary Baptist. (Special on south diamond)—Nazarene vs. First Christian; First Presbyterian vs. Central Baptist. Center Diamond (Senior Boys): June 3—First Methodist vs. Calvary Baptist; First Presbyterian vs, First Baptist. .Tune 5—Central Baptist vs. First Christian; Calvary Baptist vs. First Presbyterian. June 6—First Baptist vs. Central Baptist; First Christian vs. First Methodist. The first half of the season's play will be completed on July 10. It will consist of a double round-robin schedule for the Junior Girls and the Senior Boys and a single round-robin for the Senior Girls and the Junior Boys. *A11 Junior teams play first. *AH Senior teams play second. The most popular color today is black. automobile lo the Friendly Store AHD SAVE Bottled in Bond,4-5 95.5 pf.. 60% G.N.S. AC $ 4-5 JAMES B. BEAM 8 Years Old, Bottled in Bond Pint '....:.:.: '..:..'. 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