Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 11, 1946 · Page 2
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Pampa, Texas
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Monday, February 11, 1946
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Cfll! ef th* Open Road Hogan Captures Texas Open; Torrid Texahs Take Oul for New Orleans McAllen Grid Stars tnier Texas Colletjes Mc-ALLEN, Feb. 11. — (ff) — Two McAllen high school football stars Who. Were graduated at mid-term exercises have entered Texas colleges, Principal WillHm TJ. Blunk announced today. .Marcus Cul.well, husky McAllen center who was selected on the all- Valley team as center, has enrolled at fAbilene; .Christian college. VjiJMnmy, Howe, Bulldog tac'Ue, has 'registered at Southern Methodist university. Both intend to play football. Additional pay for foreign service and sea duty has been expended to men who enlist in tlin regular army. TOMORROW ALRIGHT "Dependable ^//-VEGETABLE LAXATIVE MODEL BUILDERS M Sep us for your model supplies. We have balsa, dope, paper, wheels, motors, all kinds of flying,and solid m.odels. New supplies arriving every day. Make us your Vno'del headquarters. The Sjpbrfsman Shop 717 W. Foster. Phone 677 K EEPING your car's tank and „ . -radiator full; ( washing the outside and dusting the inside; cheeking battery, oil and motor i-r-f,ye our job and we do it in an expert way. ice 400 W. Faiur Wiaa* \V\» Charlie Ford, Prop. By HAROLD V. KATLIFF SAN ANTONIO, Tex., Feb. 11— (/T>)—Those torrid , Texans — Ben Hogan, Byron Nelson and Jimmic Deinnret — led the cash winners along ihc PGA trail today,'as Uie links tourists departed for New Orleans and , its $7,500 tournament, $1,500 first money in the nineteenth Texas open tucked away in Hogan's pocket. Hogan took the tournament here yesterday with a record-breaking 264—20 below par on Brackenridge park course -for 72 holes — and thus natives of this state now have won five of the six golf meets of the year. Nelson, the- Toledo, Ohio, golf master who finished third here with 273, has grabbed two tournaments the same as Hogan but is in second place in earnings, since he did not pluy in three of the meets. Hognn, 136-pounder who new gets his mail from Hershey, Pa., twice before hud lost the Texas open title in pay-oi'fs — to Nelson and Ohick Harbert. Little Ben has gathered in $0,150 In cash this year to flute. Nelson has won $4,218. Demaret, who won the Tucson open, tied for ninth place in the Texas open yesterday with a score of 380. Husband of Panhandle Woman Shown in Life SHAMROCK, Feb. -11 (Special)— Walter N, Kassell, husband ,of the former Miss. Myrel Walker of .this nfty, was publicized in last week's Life Magazine and is also appearing in (he Paramount News... Kassell, owner and manager of the. .Kassejl Aircraft -Service, Inc,, C:illas, supervised, the ,building of the new modeL Readable airplane ;\t Southern. Airivnft Corporation, Garland, Texas, and also test flew the ^plane. „ . The Readable,. designed by Ted Hall, is a combination airplane and automobile. As an airplane, it crui- ••es at 110 miles per hour and as a '•ar, is capable of making more than 60 miles pec hour. In Life, Kassell is shown attaching -tha flying surfaces, to the automobile, at the cockpit, loading luggaga into the autoplane and :hanging a tire. .' Don't expose hot water radiators Ui bedrooms to freezing temperatures by opening windows wide during extremely cold nights. Leave shut-off valves open a little bit to permit circulation of water during cold nights, . _ ,/. , ._ ; LOANS PLAINS FINANCE CO. Room 8, Duncan Bldg. Ph..J205 femen! BY J. D. SMITHEE Formerly with Haliiberton Oil Well Cementing Co. Ihe same SKELLY Products aiid lOUBLED Courieous Service, Featuring HOOD Tim trod Tubes *".\ t. A* MOP IffUM Harvest Battle Hefe Tortibrrov^ Fresh froth ftidafr's S8-34 wtti over Borger, -which put them back In the title-enase in the fSistrictjOne Northern : division, Pamptt's Harvester cagers 'fife pirfetSftririg for the invasion of the Amarlllo Sandies tomorrow night at 8 o'clock. A win for the' Harvesters wtfuld resilit 'In a situation whereby Bor- gier-would have to beftt the Sandies %l Borger Friday night in flriJer fbr Parnpa to have a cha'nce'at the ttile. In that case, the: three teams would be tied, and-a playoff wduld hhve to be arr.anp.ed ^oisee which teanrt would meet the Southern division winner for the conference flag. tfiainviPW, which meets Browafield tonie;ht, must win to tie the.Lub- bock Westerners for the Southern division flag. Lubbock has finished its regular ;conference schedule with Mr twins &hd- two losses while the Biilldonrs have five wins and two losses. Should Plainview lose tonight, Lubbcck would be the winner.' ljn<tt vfinr, Pampa .won the Northern division by nlaying off with the Sandies after the teams had tied with three wins and n loss each. Pampa defeated Amarillo in a threc-enme serins and beat Plainview two straight for the district flnn'. . :• To date. Amarillo's Sandies have the best full-season record in the Northern • division. T. G. Hull's charges have won 14 and lost four and have scored 530 points to their opponents' 408. Pnmna and Borger are tied over the full-season route. Pampa has won 12 and lost seven, scoring 014 points to ihe opponents' 502 while the Bulldoes have won and lost the snine number and have scorer! 745 points to (heir opoositions' 585. A canacity crowd, perhaps oven larger than Friday's turn-out foi the Boreer f?amc, is expected to ,|flin Junior hleh uym tomorrow nteht when Amarlllo nnd Piimpa meet. . . .: . -School, .offlcifils have urged .that fmis arrive nt the gym bv 7 o'clock, if possible, in order Hint, they may get seats, „ Absolutely no chairs will be placed inside the wall next to the court, officials said. The i local court has long been too small for two teams to play before over-flow crowds. • The new high school building, completed in 1941, has a large gym but, there were no seats installed or no space made available for any. T WC Ma v Clinch Texas Caire title By The ASsoclalcU • Press Southwestern university, whUir. moved into the Texas conferenci basketball lead last week with win; over Texas Wesleyan and Austin college, have the chance this week to clinch the title. Playing on theii home court, they are favored ove: both McMurray and Texas Wesleyan. Although there are seven conference games this week, pnly the twc in which Texas Wesleyan plays enter the championship 'picture. The flams on Tuesday meet third, placi Abilene Christian, and .on Prida; have .a return game with Southwestern, which snapped, their. 6C conference game winning strea!. last Friday. , . This week's games: Monday — McMurray vs. Southwestern at Georgetown. Tuesday—TWC vs. ACC at Abilene; McMurray vs. Howard Payiv at Brbwnwood. Thursdays-Austin college vs. Howard 'Rayne at-Brownwood;! , , . Friday — TWC vs. Southwestern at Geqrgetown; .McMurray vs Austin college, at. Abilene Saturday—ACC vs. Austin college at. Abilene tiast week's .'results:. . ... TWO 67, Howard :Payne 33. TWC .52, McMurray. 34, „ .. ., McMurray '45, Austin college 38. ACC,.40, Howard Payne 38. Southwestern 47, TWC>i41. , ; :--. Southwestern 61, Austin coilegf 38 McMurray 30,.ACC 26. „ , University of 'Houston 42, Southwestern 40 (nqnjcpnference). KPDN 1340 on Your Dial ' 'MONDAY •t :00—Tunee liy rwiuegt. i«u=—'I'He Publisher gtWHki 4 :4S—Voice of the Army. T> -.00 -Hern's !Uwc. CUE—-Blue Rhythm Hoys, B :30—Cupt»!n Midnight—MBS. 6:40—Tom Mix. ' 6-00—Fulton Lewie, Jr.—MBS, !: (l:ir,—Michuel Xarin's Orch.—MBS. fi:»0—Frank Sjneiser—AH1S fl :45—Inaidii of Sports-^MUS, 7:00—^vrn. of Bulldog Drummond— 'MBS. 7:30—Bailee Time. . 8 :00—0«briel 'Heattei—MBS. '' ' J:15—Real 'Stories-tfom'Rejil Life.—MB8 R-.80-Spptlight Barias—MBP. 9:00—Henry J. Tiiyloi—MBS. »:15-^Jbhn Gart THo-^MBS. !> :ab—Detso^ArTHne—:MBS. 19;00—A If Tlie News—MBS. lOtlB—U0n--^pCii-uiu'sr Qi-fh.—li^ Dr. George Snell Dentist Office, over 1st N»il«n*l .IP* W m . T, Froser t Co, f he INSURANCE Automobile, Cprnpeneatjon, Fire »nd 11? w, Kin*s«yi •"} r " - r •«* » ^H - l--* Texas Ags Face toughest Series Of Cage Season By ROGKtt W. Associated Press Staff .Texas A. and M., winner of oiily three conference games of eight played, faces a herculean task in 'the remaining three weeks of the southwest conference basketball campaign. The farmers, are in a precarious position. Baylor, alone at last in the loop's top berth, gels the first crack at the Aggies on Thursday night, then take on Texas Christian Saturday night. The Bears wind up, their conference schedule with a tussle with the farmers on Feb. 19, before taking to the road for a series of games with eastern teams. Arkansas waits until .March 1 and 2, the last playing dates of the season, before meeting the Aggies in the shxny-down series. During the next, two wocks, the Porkers Journey to Oklahoma for a series with the Oklahoma Aggies. Meanwhile Texas, T, 0. U., Rice and 6. M. 'if. end conference play this week, Winless Southern Methodist takes on the Horned Fr&gs Wednesday at Fort Worth while Bice entertains the Longhorns at Houston. Thursday finds the Ag- gies nt Waco aeainst Baylor; Mday Arkansas and Oklahoma A. andjM. meet at Stillwaier; Saturday the Hogs hsain meet the Oklahoma Ag«!ns. Bnylor travels to Ti C. U. and S. M. U. goes to Austin against Tex- n .s. • List week's surprise win the 58-Bo victory T. C. U. scored-.over Arkansas.. The Joss .by the PorjMrs wus revenged the next .-night: when the'Fayetlevllle'fiagera emerged With ft 'D8-3G win. The victory by, the Frogs, however, relegated Arkansas; :to the No. 2 soot, and one gome "jehlnd leading- ; Baylor. . ••-. t The Frog victory also upped them into a tie with Texas in third place, 1s the Steers .dropped both their conference 'games last Week—to A. •uid M, 44-50 and to Baylor 42-43. 10:30—Feeling is Mutual—MBS. 10 MS—Buddy Mon-ow's Oi-ch.—MBS. 10:00—GnmlniRlit. D^UMMOND'S DREAM Actress Ann Shepherd Is .'featured on Mutual's detective series, ('The Adventures of Bulldog Drummond," an Mondays. ; • ; . • rUEBDAl UN KPUh 6:30—Yawn Patrol. 7:00—Open nible. 7:30—Johnny Betts. ! :JO—So«K8 by Ken Bennett. •i :«(!—Frnzier Hunt—MBS. • 8:15—Veteran's Employment. 8:20—Shady Valley Folks—MBS <:8Q—Shady Valley—MBS. 8:fiB—So You Wnnt-;A Fafm? ' 9:00—Once Over Lightly—MBS. :15—Faith in Our Town—MBS. 9 iSO—.Tic Took Time—MBS. l:4.">—Fun With Music—MBS. 0:00—Cecil Brown—MBS. '0:1B—Elsa Maxwell—MBS. • lOii80—Take If Easy Time—MBS. 10:45—Victor H. Lindahr—MBS. 11 :00—TJyle Van News—MPS. 1:16—Morton Downey,—MBS. ItfO—J. L. 'Swindle. 1 :46—Fort Mead Band—MBS. 2 :0(i—Purs ley Program 12:15--Lum uml Abner. 12 ;30—Lunchuon With Lopez—MBS. 12;45—John J, Antho.ny—MBS. 1 :UO—Cedric Fbs.ter-^MBS, 1:15—Smile Time—MBS. -.80—Queen for Today.—MBS. 2 :00—Griffin Reporting—MBS. 2:15 -Palmer 'House prch—MBS 2 :HO—ftem^mbe'r—JHHS. 2 :30—Remombei—MBS. 2:45—Treasury Salute. ,-. 3:00—Erflkin--JokhBiph—MBS. i'-'.r- 1:16 -'rhe Johrisdn 'Family:—I*B)J. 3 :30—Mutual's Melody Hour—MBS, 4:00—Tunes •% Request.' ' Teinjpiit-9h Ijetyvorks- : ; . NBC—7:30 Howard Barlow Orchestra; 'J Don Vp.orhees Orchestra; 8![30 Infor- matibn Please; 0:30 lir. I. Q, CBS—4 School of the Air; 7:30 Joan D^vjs; u v Scwn Guild Players; 0:30 Crime Photographer. •. AHC—7:30 Fat Muh; 8 I peal In Crime; 8:30 Secretary Byrnea; 9:80 String ' ' MflS—7 Advei]lurea -of Jlnlldog Prum- monil; 7:30 Shortu^lc Holmes; 8:80'Spot- liKhtVIIundH; 9 yuur t^ancl und Mjn.e. Tumprrow on Nelworhs NBC—10 u.m -Fred Wadhjr Show; 7 Johnny Desmond; 7,:80 Date With Judy; 8 Amos nnd Andy- 8:80 Fibber McGee and Molly; 9 Hob Hope. CHS—8:10 Arthur Godfrey; 3 p.m. Hpu^e Party; 4 School of the Air; 7 .Big Town; 7:30 Theater of Romance; 0 JJob 1 Crpsby. . . •' • ABO—8 Breakfast Club; 10 Br<5altfa8t In Hollywood; 1:30 Bride and Groom; 3;|80 I.,a,$ Ko Seated; 8 Lum »nd Abner;, 10;80 Hoosidx Hoi>. ' MBS- -11:16 tyoiton powii?y; }?;15 Vincent. Lopez; 8:30 IJelody Hour; 7:30 The Falcon; 8:30 Amerjqan Fq^m of the A|r. One way to save tomatoes from frost is to pull up the whole -vine with tomatoes still attached, -h&ng ,t in % dry, moderately tight place, such as the garage. The ( y will fceep ;his way for a few weeks. Then the mature green fruits will gradually redden." • > .,» '•Iv.^^&Jil^ THARf ^.EE IT DON'T f?. AND TMAt DON'T EACH OTHER. •TIMe Wg. BUMP IMT3 CHdTMEft SO vA/e MIGHT AS vA/ELL NOT WA! ANY TiME .' IS CfoiWS LARKS AMD ^AY HOMEWORK.' DOMT DISTURB HIM / AND HE DIDN'T WANT ME TO BE ALONE/ ^ WHAT PO MDU CARE, AS HE &ETS MIS WHISKERS , BACK?.. I AM, BACk" HOME FOR A COMPLETE REST- TO WHISKERS-- >'•"-! JUST PAWW ; WHAT IW THOSE BOT.TUES SAVE HIM? T'&IVE MY AM' FAtE A "MASSAGE LfKE B<50M S>lP, WITH THIS STUFF.' JUM8O ARE VOO PUUUIMG ON OOP, ANYWAY? i • ^ ?v wi.irii 1 ! t -r JcU^CATFISH/ BOOM HAS UNPEETAHEN THE TASK OF RESfOBMa THE WHISKEKS TO ALLEY OOP'S CHIM, BUT WITH NO-QUESTIONS Y IT'* INCREDIBLE, HAL WAS KILLED BECAUSE'HE HftD THE ANSWER TO THATj.,,1 THINK THE LATER HAL IRffy \ AFHER ALL THAT WHAT'S VOUR THEORY THE WAN WHO WAS ON THIS LOCAL MURDERED TWO CRIME WAVE, k NIGHT'S A<50 — ~— ~^S^ EyASAHOKIDNAPfR POUCETRAP MUROERBR ALMOST STRUCK TRACKED AiiLKie PUBLIdTV! BUT DOWN HERE. .HOW COULD HE AGAIN LAST^NIGHT FOR THB SAME REASON/ WHERE HE'S BECK ; HAVE ESCAPSP T-WWSAFTEKHIS ,» OUR BOARDING HOUSE MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY BY J. R. WILLIAM] ',j€AV,AMOS,YOO L : AS T3ROOPV AS A \MfeT I AAQP-*-TOO • /-*- \MHV7s30T A FROM TvOP OR OP THOSE 30BS? TELL SEW? T. TH 1 Bie KIPS PlDM'T WAMt .ME FOLLERIM' 'EM AROUMD, SO \ "fHEY SAW YOUR UNJPEEWEAR. HANGIM' C AM 1 THEY . ABOUT PQL1C5 CrtlEFS ' THOUGHT V tJttYS, .OP LB1SUR.B ,/T\Ml6&S.'',V 'ION GPvLUS Me-— <\1 . ST? THIS ^i--^V TIED1T lnlN(s>b UNDER. CONTROL 60 THEW3RKY WART ;„„ 1 DON'T 5KW THE5& WHT LITTLE Bt/jNER TROUBLE OV! " THERE . •J L\TVLE D 3EAVER -, WATCH- BIGHTS HARD ' tub; ; GLACIER, A -SHOT' ' y 8t wasn't Ipnf -before' thisScarr person came'dovfo ; to'headquaTters, Isaw9.caT.<|rivehimnpand I r NSPECTOR THAT'S RSHT GROWL? MY NAMES SCARR. | ' ^vas behind him when he opened Qr<gy\'?dpor, VOV2 OSWiX&f XW »W \V9PB. l JQ'OOQU ppin*7e»Rt*J -«?)

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