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i -• ••<•' f*-"s'"- h School Baseball amcril Siarh al Dallas Today tenth annua Tour 5i , AttStm 6s fftfbrites open t trtth txmgview clashin dh of tteilas in the firs faiaf 86fcte<lttled at fc p. m. tewns -Will vie for th won by Adamson las $%&*. ,11ie Dallas nine is strong 'again tout lacks the fine pitching « 1946. A dark-horse is Amarillo's Golden e»hdte's with their standout south 1»W pltchM, Bob Henry, but when it comes to pitching none of the teams boast one with a better record than Carrollton with its Billj Jfpe Fletcher, who has a strike-on S*«*ord of 149 against 262 batter? fend has given Up only 21 hits and nine runs in 74 innings. Today's schedule: 2 p. m.—Longview vs. Adanison 4 p. m.—Carrollton vs. Waco, 7:30 p. m.—Poly (Fort Worth) vs. Highland Park (Dallas), 3:30 p. m. — North Dallas vs. Sulphur Springs Tuesday Hondo meets Lubbock South Park} (Beaumont) dashes With Amarillo, Austin tackles Bowie '(El Pasot and Corpus chrisli battles St. Thomas (Houston^. All the teams competing here are district champions in the Texas Interschoiastic League program. Today's games all will bo at T?c- verchon Park but, starting tomorrow MAGNETO REPAIRING All Work Guaranteed RADCLIFF BROS. ELECTRICAL CO. f nsurance Agency - , ->~.fc. ' i::-:- V-..?,.V.'V..I-.«V Roy Chisum Lester Reynolds MOTOR TUNE-UP General Auto Repair Service McWilliams Motor Co. 411 8. Cuyler Phone 101 Sportsman Shop For MODEL AIRPLANES 112 E. Foster Phone 677 play will be at Rebel Stadium, home of the Dallas Club of the Tessas League. Finals are scheduled Frl- .day night. There will be no all- star game this year. Director P. C. Oobb said this was being passed up in line with the Interscholastic League's views on such contests although the rule against them does not go into effect until next year. The Dallas News Free Baseball School and Clinic, a feature of last year's state tournament, will start tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock. Jack Zeller, director of scouting operations for the Boston Braves, will be in charge. Ernest Lorbeer, New York "Yankees scout; Happ PAGE 2 Pampa New*, Monday, June 2, l§4t New Yorkers Hoping To See Subway Series by The Associated Press Jubilant New York fans, envis Morse, Philadelphia Phillies scout; ' ionin & the possibility of their firs Andy Cohen, Boston Braves scout, and Jack Knott, Cincinnati Reds scout, will make up the faculty of the school. Yesterday's O.i l'ani|i;i 7. AII>nqiH'i-r|iM' U'lini'sfi 'I, Ho PUP r 7. Aliili.m- 111.. Anmrillu Hi. Today s Games: r.lllihorh ;)( AllilKIUrntlH l<iinifs;i. ;ii Aninrillo. Al'iloiii. M I Bowr. AMERICAN IlHri.il LM 'li'volaiul Hi Instill! |[| liiiiKtim . ...' !i; »Kn If, Louis IT) NATIONAL York : LEAGUE II .fiX I LEAGUE i I ; II: 'lilliiilplplilu SI. Louis TEXA lotislon •orl AVoplh L'2 17 U'l IT 17 III 17 2:i 17 2:! 15 2!l LEAGUE .10 1 ft 2S L'.'l 117 r.rn r.ct ' (iL'H r.ni r,:n .52!) :,IHI I r,l •I os •ins (i SV. in'S DANCE Every Night to Jack iinls- Guthrie Recording Band DANCING 9 TO 12 EACH NIGHT Jacksonville Wins Over Lufkin 4 to 3 By the Associated Press Lufkin and Longview muffed hances to take over second place ompletely in the Lone Star League nd as a result today are still dead- ocked behind Jacksonville. Lufkin went down to Jackson- ille, 4-3, yesterday as Tommy Reed ingled home the winning run in he ninth inning. Kilgore pounded out 17 hits for i bases in defeating Longview, 3-10. Joe Kracher, Marshall •rowrt and Sanders each hit home runs for Kilgore, while Jess Landrum hit one for Longview. A ninth-inning rally gave Henderson a 2-0 victory over Marshall and Tyler had an easy time v/itl; Bryan, 15-7. Ask me about my business On the Border Higlnvay Giant-Yankee Subway World Serie since 1937, proudly pointed toda to the slugging Joe DiMaggio of th Yankees and Johnny Mize of th Giants as the belting bellwether who may lead their respectiv blocks into the October classic. DiMaggio, after a slow start, i hitting on all cylinders again, look ing, more and more like the Difyla of old. in the past two weeks, th older of the DiMaggio brothers ha. tipped his batting average mor than 100 points and is now breath ing hotly on the neck of teammat George McQuinn for the individua batting- leadership of the America! League. He is currently hitting .35! two points under McQuinn. Inspired by Joe's hitting spree lhf> Yankees have knocked off thci opponents nine times in their las 12 starts to advance from second division to second place. Just as DiMaggio has sparked th Yankees, so has Mize spearheader the Giants-in their rise to the to[ of the National League. Big Jawn leads all Major League batsmen with a mark of .370, is first in homers with 14 and trail? Boston's Earl Torgeson by one will 35 vims batted in. Mize's superior slugging is the number one reason Mel Ott's charges are lending the Chicago Cubs bj one-half game. DiMng banged two round tripper? yesterday, one with the bases loaded, to load the Yankees to an 11-0 victory over the Cleveland Indians before 47,132 fans at Mutiicipa Stadium, With the first game of the double header delayed by rain the second was halted by darkness Mize contributed five hits in eight times at bat ns the Giants camp from behind to earn a split with the Cincinnati Reds before .45,795 fans at the Polo Grounds. The Reds aided by Eddie Miller's 10th home run In the ninth inning with one on, won the opener 5-3, but the Giants slugged out a 13-9 victory in the nightcap. Clyde McCullough's triple aftei Bob Sturgeon had reached first on Jim Tabor's error in the eighth inning broke a 3-3 tic and gave the Chicago Cubs a 4-3 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies before 14,841 rooters in Philadelphia. The Boston Braves advanced into third place, one game behind the Giants, by sweeping both ends of a doubleheader, 2-0 and 8-7, with the Pittsburg Pirates in Boston. Rookie righthander Harry Taylor came through with another fine pitching performance, holding the St. Louis Cardinals tq'five hits in hurling the Brooklyn Dodgers to a C-l win at Ebbsts Field. Home runs by Jeff Heath and Vern Stephens, combined with the six-hit pitching of Jack Kramer, gave the St. Louis Browns an easy 7-2 win over the Philadelphia Athletics. Rain washed out the second game of the scheduled double header in St. Louis. Rain also caased the postponement of twin bills between Chicago and Boston and Washington and Detroit in the American League. (IJy The. AsHovlatoU PI'UKS) NATIONAL LEAGUE; I Buttliiif— Mize, Xnw York. .'!70; \Vfilhc-r, Philadelphia. .3li2. Home. Kims—JIlzp. New York 14: Jliller. Cim-imiiitl 10. •-plK.'liliiK -Spalin. Hosltm 8-0 .1000: AMERICAN LEAGUE: BnUliiK—Ak'Quimi. .\'i>w York ,,')o-l; DiinaKRlo. New York .352. Home Runs—Keller, New York 18; Williams. Boston 11. I'iU'hiiiK—HiHc'liiiison. Detroit and Shell. New York H-l ,8,'itf. Locke Wins Fourth Of Six Tournaments NBWTON, MasH — (IP) — Bobby Locke won (he fourth of his six American tournaments in two months here yesterday when he came from behind on. the fifth and .final round to gain the 90^hole 510,000 Goddll Round-Robin competition from 15 hand-picked rival with a 347-total and plus 37 points Jjqcke topped Vic Ghezzi of Kan Range's Leads Oilers lo Over Dukes Tony Range banged Albuquerque 'pitching for three hits in four times at bat Sunday night to lead the Pampa Oilers to a 7-6 victory over the Dukes in the series finale. The prize wallop of Range's collection was a home run over the distant left field wall in the eighth inning with a runner on base. The Dukes had scored a run in the eighth inning, Saturday night, on a walk, a sacrifice, an infield hit ant) an error by Tom O'Connell to break a tie and whip the Oilers 4-3. The Oilers scored five runs on four hits in that round. Chased Oscar Poteet to the showers and got their last two tallies off a new left hander, Raymond Wells. They previously had scored twice in the .second inning on Range's double and singles by Fortin and Seitz. Al Johnston held the Dukes at bay for six innings, but John Bot- tnrini bumped him for a home run over the lef t flel fence with a runner on in the seventh to put the Dukes in the ball game. They jumped him for six hits and four runs in the eighth but the rally fell short and he set them down in order in the ninth. Padres Sftimble Into Uellar; Hew Manager Will Be Named PAMPA Otoy 21) O'Connell Kit . Bailey, 11) ... Fortln. rf .... ,1h . ff T. .T. Johnson. Smith, c: Al Johnston, u . To i»Is ALBUQIJERQUl: Dlxon 2h Mailer. If PilllHOtl. 3)l Bo wen, II) pi; La (Tiirxa, ss Geniiikriw. rf ... Snllworlh, pf ... Botlnrinl. c ... Pciteel, u Wells. )i Vutifiljlo Al) U . 4 . * .. 4 .. 4 if i . . I! .. i) :ir> ' i •i •i •i •1 •i if i i i. i ;( 10 O 4 0 7 I) n I 0 1.1 0 27 Z bntti.-d for Seoro by In Pampa Alliuciuui'diic AVell I I I I 0 0 I 1 0 (I 0 U II 27 : ill 9th. 1 1 0 o 1 (I II 11 •t 0 1 0 I 1 1 I) 15 020 000 1)00 000 OBO—7 240—(i HUIIH hatted In Kelts'. 2. BoUurini 2, Galley 2. Portin, Ranwe 2. Fausett, Uowon, Do La Garza 2. Two ba«e hits: innee. O'Connell, Dlxon, Bowen. Phreo base hits: Halter. Home runs: (By The Associated Press) Jimmy Adair became the first casualty among Texas League managers Saturday when Sari Antonio hit the cellar. Today, the Missions had a roommate. • .The pilo.tless Padres split a twin bill •with Beaumont yesterday, losing the opener, 4-2, and taking the ihlghtcap, 7-6. Tulsa dropped, back to share its -former permanent home by bowing_to Port Worth, 76. • in other games, Shreveport handed league leading frouston a double licking, 4-0, 5-1, vaulting over Dallas into third place. Dallas skidded into fourth oh a 5-4 defeat at the hands of Oklahoma City. After first announcing Saturday _ „„„.. Adair would be retained as manager nightcap 6-4 of the Missions, San Antonio Club officials that night dismissed the pnetlme "Wonder Boy." Marc Car* roll a handled the team during Saturday night's game, and Mission (Officials gave no indication as to when a new manager would be named. Newspaper reports Saturday from San Antonio said Rodney Whitnc*!/ former Minor League player anal manager, had been contacted regarding the Mission job. Adair last year guided the Mis- sioiifL to third place in the league star TBJis iuid a spot in the Shaugh- nessj, <^5kyoffs. NicK Gregory's home run with the bases loaded in the last inning of ithe second game enabled • Shreveport to complete Its whitewashing •job for Houston. In the first game, the Sports pushed over all of their four runs in the first inning, with Manager Francis Parker parking one over the fence. Tulsa staged a five-run rally after two were out in the ninth inning, but the effort fell short and Fort Worth hung on to second place. Burton Barkclew pitched Beaumont to its victory in the opener against San Antonio, when the Missions broke loose for the 13 innings to gain a split before the biggest crowd of the year at Beaumont—5,284. Al Rosen's home run in the second inning started Oklahoma City on 13-hit spree that'Dallas couldn't match. Hank Oana will -make his first start since the opening game of ,the season tonight when Dallas plays host to Oklahoma City in. the finale of a three-game series. The big, 28-game winner of last year has been out with a sore arm and shoulder. > Tulsa winds up, tonight at Fort Worth, as do Houston at Shreveport and San Antonio at Beaumont. Cdlat uweiiers Lorttthorn Leaden 13-8 By the Asociated Press Errors, hits and runs were plentiful in the Longhorh league yes^ terday, with cellar-dwelling Sweetwater handing league-lesdiflg Big Spring a surprising 13-8 walloping. The Sports used a triple play and a double play to good advantage In protecting a lead they held from the second inning to the finish. . Davis' three-run-home run in the ninth inning gave Midland the first game of two with Ballinger, 6-3, but Ballinger came back to take the In another twin bill, Vernon and Odessa split. Vernon won the opener, 7-6, and Odessa the nightcap, 12-5. SporfjRonnd-Up B* mrett NEW YOttK— (IP)— You -were trying to get a . bit ahe>d • with so as to enjoy'&, long holiday week-end and 'soniebbdy suggested that :a his'ttifteal piece wdtaa fill the bill . . . It sounded iike^a goad idea and you began looKlng over the day-by-day record bo&ks that had beeri fcept in. the office 'f6f nearly 2fj years to learn what hap- fJeiied over Memorial ttey fthd In early June .- . .That always is a period of strenuous sports activity. POINT Going back to 1930, you found that Billy Arnold.Won the Indianapolis Speedway race at 100.448 miles an hour and Earl Sande booted home petee Wrack in the Subur- baln Handicap oh Memorial Day . . Then Bobby. Jones took the British Amateur qoif title for the first time at St. Andrews with a 7 and 6 victory over Roger Wethered . . .' titfn'al League's most valu alward *fBr tMe Heat Hefen Hardcolirt f&hifii _._. . . . That most have'i of aH ... later at the saffitfe tlnievfie% fere Cropping Ufc h are .in the headlines; , Hank. Greeftbefg, B<SWb Johnny Giifceft arid fcatte sbh . . . Babe ltuth\was the Boston Brakes tntft • Mt» v& row with Owner fiiftil Kficfts; Pf&a Perry Won the -tfrfinch teniiis afti! B.ill Tilderi an Ameri6an pfb'eveiifc. Sreith. Brown set a wo'fld j Vault record of 14 feet 5 '14 Inches and Kelly petillo took , the auto race. SERVICES roft JIMMV WILSON BRADENTON, Fla.—(#)—Masonic Memorial services Will-be held hefe today (B;30 p. m,V for jimmy.Wil* son, veteran Majpr-Leaf tie mahager, catcher and coach wh ; o died' Here early Sunday of a heart attack. AND RUBBER CO-AKRON IND MAY 30 W- -y-. ~I Ikl I 1 I U IV M r IVJ_I Jb ** * * HARVEY S. FIRESTONE JR FIRESTONE «AM *no MILE INDIANAPOLIS RACE I WON 50<J wu.^ ._• ON TIRESIONE DELUXE CHAMPIONS. 1 END^OE n*W> A OKEAt FAKT IN MAURI ROSE ^ " ' ' 116.338 tt.P.H, THEIR OUTSTANDING SAFETY; loltarlnl, HaiiKC. Stolen 'bases: Gentz- cow. Kaerlflce hits: Al Johnston. Doti)la Dlnyw; Gent,zkow to Bpttarlnl. Left on baKe.s: Punipa 4, Albuquerque 5. Siirned runs: Pampa 7. Albuquerque . Bases of balls: off Al JohiiHton 3, 'excel 1. Struck out: by Poteet 2, Al "oJin.ston 11. Pitching records: Poteet hits 5 runs In 7 innings. None out n 8th: Welly 8 hits 2 runs In 2 Ihn- IIRK. Hit by Ditcher: by Wells (Smith); vild pitch: Johnston. Loslnt? ultcheri ".tout. Time 1:58, Umoires Atkins and jenriard. Crucial Play in Big Slate League Slated By the Associated -Press Texarkana and Greenville square ff in a two-game series today that an determine the pattern for the Big State League. Holding a slight seven percentage oint lead over Texarkana, Greeh- illc will be host for the two games. \ third team with more than a asslng interest in the series at Greenville is Wichita Falls, only ne percentage .point behind second lace Texarkana. Paris snapped .Greenville's 14- ame winnjng streak, 9-6, yester- ay while Texa-rlcana took a 20-5 rubbing from .Sherman. In other ames, Wichita Falls downed Au's- Gainesville defeated . * * Have Canvas & Wicker Creels $2.25 to $5.50 Montague Fly Rods $15.95 Split Shot Sinkers 5c Salmon E^gs, Jumbo . .29c Salmon Eggs, Cluster 139c Fly Lines $1.65 to $0v95 Casting Reels $7.50 to $26.50 Casting Rods $2,75 to $22JO Minnow Buckets $1.65 to $4,95 Minnow Seines $2.15 to $5.00 Tackle Boxes $2,95 to $30,95 Col em csn Lanterns $7,95 Ppwn Filled Sleeping Bags $13.95 jfejjinipiete Line of Trotline Equipment. Complete line of Bomber, Water Scout, Creek Chub and Hawaiian Wigglers. i Hip Length Live Rubber BOOTS Good Supply of Casting and fly Reels ,22 Shorts . 29c .22iLong8x 39P .22 L. Riffle 49c Limited amount of .410 Shells. n, 7-5, and Vacp, 7-5. Paris scored five .runs in less than two innings oh three hits off Bill Walker, and the Red Peppers added to their lead the remainder of the BBS City by six strokes and four points as Ellsworth Vines of Los Angeles, wound up third with a 351-medal total, two strokes less than Ghezzi, 'but only plus 25 points, Fourth .honors in the fou.iv day competition, which found each of the 16 entries playing, everybody else, went to Jimmy Demaret ,of Ojai, Calif., with S57-total and plus 17 points. U. S. Open titlist -Lloyd Mangrum, of Chicago, wound up seventh, Goodall defender and PQA champ- Phalanx Muddles Betters Further NEW YORK—(/P>—Aside from indicating that Phalanx must have studied Chilean in his youth, the Belmont stakes proved only that the three year old champion is still as scrambled as your morning eggs, and that it will take the Chicago summer galloping to straighten tHe mattsr out. ••;: Phalanx showed his linguist abilities definitely Saturday by bouncing in with the Belmont by five lengths to finally • .make some amends—at $6.60-for-$2 per amend —for his fancy floperooo in the Derby and Preafcuess. Up to the Belmont, he had been, exposed to Kentucky Italian — spoken by Eddie Arcaro—and he'got no place in a hurry. But Saturday trainer Syl Veitch: made a. switch iand put Chilean Ruperto Donosp aboard for the Belmont, And when Ruperto asked the gentleman from Virginia the same questions he couldn't answer for Eddie, the gentleman turned out t.o be the entire quiz program. Faultless, who pranqetk .in the Preakness and whizzed Wi the Withers, was supposed to win the Belmont. Tills was to have made him a shoe-in for the three-year old crown, The .customers were so sure of it they backed hihj down to 3 to 4 and burac.rt ui) inore than $316,000 on hi.'ji in the mutuels. Instead, niter gelling up to Phalanx's flauh;. jusi, before the field straighten^'-! out for home, Faultless began to rnltr-r. He faltered all the ft- \'!!r-r--rW^v^-.,>V^.^^g : ;-,: TllltW-Mii- 4 : ":K J^^ii^^i^i^ •way to ih- 'ten leu? ,pnd, and wire to finish fifth, away from the head . . ... , ..'nillnq 1 Phalanx, Tide R.ips, Tn'J'pi-i and Young peter In that .orclp;-. gaine, n.igby . and George " ion Ben Hogan of Hershey, eighth and Sam Snead of Pa., Hot Spiings, Va., the last British Open victor, 14th with minus 17 points. i'. 8. SHEEP There are approximately 49,000000 head of sheep in the United . . Sprys, vi:h three "and four hits re' spectivc'.y, cause, . the Red Peppers' Greenville picked up four runs in the first inning, but wilted until the eighth when it added two more. Sherman's 23-hit attack was too much for Texarkana, Included in the total were *ty/o home runs each for Don Stokes and Bill Atwood and one each for. Ray Taylor, Buck Pri- erson and Bill McClaren, George Washington hit for the circuit for Texarkana. Four double plays and six unearned runs proved the difference between Gainesville and Waco Wichita Falls caine from behind a lead Woody. Bell gave Austin with if- OUR BOARDING HOUSE . .. w it h .., MAJOR . EXERCISE ALL POSSIBU& 1 T ° AVP1D FOR 24 consecutive years, Firestone Tire? h^ive been on, t^e winning cars jn the Indianapolis Sweepstakes. The same patented and exclusive construction features, which make these tires so safe, so strong, so wear-defying on the speedway, are also built ipto^ the Fire.stone'De Luxe Champion Tires which protect your life oh the highway. You can get-all of this extra safety jBiuJ extra joijeage at a big saving ..in cost because your, used tires are worth More at Firestone. We need more used tires -for re- .treading. So we are offering highest prices for the unu$ed mileage in your present tifes whep ypu Jfsde jthenj ip on new Firestgpe I>e Luxe Champions, tjhe only tires fnadle jhjt »re, on the-speedWy,' r op.r ppt«ctipn pn the high-' fey tftrnis. if yeii desire. H t O N i Y T I R t: S LITTLE A k. t 5 A J- £ T V K O V D E. 1 h A O N I N I I O N O W >''- Y \ I (> 1-1 w / •,/

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