Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 5, 1947 · Page 10
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 10

Pampa, Texas
Issue Date:
Thursday, June 5, 1947
Page 10
Start Free Trial

Hit fixperls Checking Their Golf Selections FALLS, Easy- , hg S, s B. Dahlberg, who was the 6 Stfuthtvest Conference golf thampion but during the last school tfertri bsfrely made the University of TeXaf golf team as an alternate, set the experts to rechecking their selections after winning med- fttlst honors in the Texas Golf Association tourney. The brpnzed-23-y.ear-old San An- tbnio youth turned in a three under JJar 35-S4-69 yesterday over the Oilers Chalk Up First Season Win Behind the two hit pitching of Malcolm Fagan the Pampa Junior Oilers racked up their first win of the season as they collected five hits off cf General-Atlas pitcher Jack Plummer and marched on to a 3-1 triumph. The game took place on the new diamond just north of Oiler Park yesterday evening. The Junior Oilers, who were hard hit by the absence of some of their heavier hitters, played good ball all the way as they scored in each WOt OtJ-O^ U»7 JC01.V1 VJCVJ *j>x-» vi*~ "-• —u -- . .- Windswept country club course to of the first three innings but failed - -.-*-----•-. - • • to tally after the third. General Atlas' lone score came in the bottom (a ii (nv j half of the fifth when the Junior Oilers commited two of their three errors. Junior Oiler pitcher Fagan, who i.s the regular third baseman, whiffed five and walked four while the opposing Pluinmer fanned 10 and gave up si:; charity bases. The Juniors will play .their third lead the field 1 of ninety players who Sought one of the 32 places in the championship flight. Defending champion Bobby Rio- gal, of Houston, who automaticallv qualified but elected to try for the medal, finished two strokes back With a 38-33-71. He tied with Palmer Lawrence of Arlington, a North Texas State College student, who shot a 35-36-71. Tied at 73 were Billy Maxwell, Abilene, Coyol Francis. Wichita Falls, and J. H. (Docki Rrinkley, Port Worth, the runner-up last year. Don Cherry, Wichita Falls, who with Riegal and Earl Stewart of Dallas, have been installed as favorites to take the crown this year, , - . had a 36-38-74. Tied with him i Amanllo .Junior Jimmy Thomas, Dallas, and G. I,|Thny will then wmc up (heir prac- Mllls. Guy Underwood and Dcrnld "«' 1 Bulis Throw OH Balling Slump io Beat Oilers 11*0 By the Associated Press The Houston Buffs had that combination of power at the plate and strong pitching which boosted them into first place as they defeated the Tulsa Oilers last night, 11-0. The .Buffs snapped out of a bad batting slump by pounding out 17 hits. First baseman Johnny Hernandez and right fielder Vaughn Hw,en lend the attack, each getting three hits in five trips to the plate. One of Fernandez's hits was a home run. Clarence Boors gave up five hits. Uvo to fall in the same Texas League games defeated Dallas. 5-3, inning. The win was his eighth of the season and fourth shutout. In other Shrcveport Fort Worth downed Beaumont, 3-2, and San Antonio beat Oklahoma City. 8-3. San Antonio, who had lost six of its last seven games, also came practice Rame this evening when ou t of a batting slump. They got they meet :i lenm comprised of o ff to n good start with George players f roin several of the industrial clubs hero in town. The game will bo played at the field north of Cilcr Park bccinnin?.', 1 at 5:30. The v( univ.'itcra arc also scrcdulccl though he gave up ten hits, went to play another practice game Sun- j y :c distance for San Antonio and Airhio's homo run with the bases loaded in the first inning and were never in danger. They collected 11 hils. Lcfly Ralph Gennjuio, when they meet the Team here at 2:. - 10. "' (lll ™ vorv effective in the proved to be pinches. The Shrc'.'epart, Sports rnado it . when tlio.v moot the r.'.cdlcy Juniors Lehman, all of Wichita Falls. Stewart, found the wind troublesome and finished with a 75. He , had a 39 going out and a 3G coining Oen-AUa.s In. Also turning in 75's wore Rufu. Tlir conlini'iils of the earth vary 1 I 1 (I I) 0 000 0 1 0 :ir>3 ] 24 King, Jr.. and Bob Wilson. Wichita ! A<;KS « K CONTINKNTS Falls. in ut'.o. Asia is the oldest., Europe The art, of spinning was develop-1 and Africa come next, North Aim-red at least, 3 .HOG years before j '<-'"• i- s <>' middle aye and South Christ. I America is young. An Odorless, Safe, Economical Garbage Disposal Unit. It Dehydrates Ail Kitchen Garbage. You will marvel at its appearance and practibiiity. SEE IT AT— 715 W. Foster Pampa, Texas clean .sweep over the Dallas Rebels. They grabbed the lead in the first inning willi three singles and three bases on balls off Rtifns Gentry for four runs and added another tally in the second. Gene Costcllo struck out Fred Collins with the bases full for the final out, to give Fort Worth its victory and a split with Beaumont in their .series. Willard Ramsdell, who gave way to Costello in the ninth, gave up only four hits in pitchin« his seventh victory of the year. He held Beaumont scoreless for .seven innings. The line up changes tonight with Dallas playing at. Beaumont, Fort Worth at Shreveport. Tulsa at San Antonio and Oklahoma City at. Houston. ® SPRINGS ft Bring your spring troubles to us. We make repairs and rebuild springs for all cars and trucks. If we don't have them we make them. Brown Sfr. Garage 228 W. Brown St. Pampa, Texas Frank Dittmcycr, Owner • 32 Years in Tampa Page 10 Pampa New*, Thursday, Jitttfe, 5, l&.4t Recent Injuries Have Riddled Major Teams Quarter-Finalists Will Tee Off Today s ' AUSTrN—(XFi —Quarter-finalists in the Teaxs Women's Public Links Golf Tourney tee off today with a three-time champion, the defending titlist, and the current medalist stroking the fairways. Mrs. Guy Laroc, defending titlist from Terrell, faces Mrs. J. R. Bradford of Dallas. Yesterday Mrs. Laroc lasted out a 20-hole duel witn last year's finalist. Mrs. L. B. Hoseck of Dallas, io win one up. Mrs. Bradford defcater Mrs. Billyc Sti;bbs of Seguin, 5 and 4. Medalist Betsy Rawls of Austin tecs off with Mrs. M. W. Morgan of Baytown. Yesterday Miss Rawls downed Mrs. William Holmes of Dallns, 6 and 5. Mrs. Holmes defeated Gertrude Birkman of Houston, 5 and 4. Mrs. E. H. Wohlfahrt, Houston's triple-time titlist, meets Mrs. H. W. Tyson of Houston.' Yesterday Mrs. Wohlfahrt defeated Mrs. H. P. Mas- gp.y of Dallas, 7 and G. Mrs. Tyson, the tourney's only lefthander, elimi- natdc Mrs. J. H. Brunner of San Antonio, one up. Full quart 1 Brimful Large 2 Ib. jar BRIMFULL No. 2'/2 A dam son Nine in State Semi-Finals DALLAS— (/P)—Adamson's defending champion Leopards of Dallas clash with the Waco Tigers at 7:30 p.m. and Polj' (Fort Worth) meets St. Thomas of Houston at 9:30 in the semi-finals of the Texas High School Baseball tournament. The Leopards reached the semifinal round yesterday by taking out favored Hondo 10-2, exploding for all their runs in the sixth inning. Waco Lattcd into the semi-finals by licking South Park of Beaumont 7-2. Poly eliminated the Austin Maroons 8-4. St Thomas won its semi-final place by licking North Pallas 8-1. Read The Pampa News Want Ads PICKLES Brimfull Sour or Dill 29« JELLY PURE APPLE 39° KRAUT each 85' Pinkney, Slab 01 Sliced Lb. Chuck AA Beef (By The Associated .Press) Injuries the first "week" In June may have been the turning point of the campaign for the MaJoV Baseball League 1947 race winner's. In the past few days th& Detroit Tigers and Boston Red Sox iti thci American League, and the Brooklyn Dodgers and Chicago Cubs in the National have beeii crippled b'y Injuries which might prove damaging to their pennant aspirations. " ". Pete Reiser, Dodger s'tar centcr- fielder, suffered a '"laceration of the skull" in a collision with the concrete centerfield wall at ' Bbbets Field, Dr. DoJtfinlc Rossi, the Dodgers' physician?? could not immediately determine Uhe seriousness of the injury. Three Detroit Regulars were injured in yesterday's double header with the New York Yankees,' They were George Kell, third baseman; Dick Wakeiield, left fieleir and Paul (Dizzy) Trout, first string pitcher. In Tuesday night's game at the Polo Grounds, the Cubs suffered three mishaps. Third baseman Stan Hack twisted a leg. Outfielder Bill Nicholson and first baseman Ed Waltkus were hit by batted balls and Waitkus fell headlong into box seats. Only two days before, second baseman Don Johnson was sidelined by injuries. The Red Sox, already hard pressed by the season-long loss of Southpaw pitcher Mickey Harris, lost their first centerfielder, Don Dimaggio, who pulled a shoulder ligament. The Chicago White Sox lost second baseman Cass Michaels -for a, time when he crashed with center fielder Thurman Tucker chasing a fly ball. The Cincinnati Reds also were minus the services of left fielder Angle 'Golan who pulled a leg muscle. On the playing end, the Cubs, behind the four-hit pitching of Pordham Hank Borowy, handed the Giants their first shutout defeat bf the season 6-0 and went into a, first place tie with the Ne\y York ers. The Dodgers, led by Pecwee Reese, who hit a grand slam home run, moved within rour points of the deadlocked Cubs and 'Giants by whipping the Pirates, 9-4. Detroit retained its two game lead in the American League by dividing a double header with the Yankees. 'After the Tigers had copped the opener 6-2, the Yankees unloosed their siege guns to take the nightcap 7-8. Bobby Feller won his first game since May 8 when lie pitched the Indians to a 6-2 victory over Washington. The Boston Braves prevented the St. Louis Cardinals from leaving ithe National League cellar by defeating the Redbirds 3-1- Home runs by Ted Williams and Same Mele, the' latter with one. on, gave the Boston Red Sox and Joe Dobson, a 5-2 victory over the Browns in St. Louis. Ken Heintzelman pitched the Phillies to a 9-2 win over the Cincinnati Reds in Philadelphia. The Philadelphia Athletics pounded across seven runs in the top of the 11th to whip the White Sox In Chicago 10-3, (By The. Associated I'resH) MAJOR LEAGUE Biitllim—Walkpr, Philadelphia .363; .Sliinshier, St. Louis .355. Home runs—Mize. New York U; Miller. Cincinnati 12. J-'ili'liinK—Spahn, Boston S-l .889; Hi/we. Philadelphia 7-1 .857. AMERICAN LEAGUE . •Bpiidrcau, Cleveland .35$; Now York .357. Ilume runs—Keller, New York 13; Williams, Boston 12. Pitching— Shea. New York li-1 .807; Hutchlnson. Detroit 6-1 .«33. Oilers Take Game From Clovis CLOVIS—Pampa's Oilers jumped into a 3-run lead in the first of the fourth inning and the Clovis Pioneers could never catch up, losing the final of a three-gams ssi'ies here tonight 6 to 5 A walk, followed by two singles, a passed ball, an intentlonaj, and another single, started Pampa on the road to victory. They added single tallies on two, two and three hits. Clovis counted two on a single, A base on balls and a double, added two more on a double. A single an error, and looked like they were on the road to tying the game, if not winning it, when they came up with three hits in the ninth, However, a snappy double-p]p.y put gut, the fire. Ronnie Gifford, the. first of tjire,e new fielders promised the Pioneers by ."BujBi" Wet?e), ch.ip£. scout of the (Cleveland Indians, arrived today and cheered the entire club by his performance at short. PAMPA (C) All n tttt firsi Place Honors Siale League . (By The Associated Press) It's a-montey race between Wch- Ita falls, Offiehville a'nd Texarkana tot the top" sp'6t !ft the breezy Big State' League but from third place down the' gap is wide. Wichita Falls beat Austin 3-2 last 'nigtit to cling to the No. 1 rung, ' hfelped along by Green- vllife's loss to &aris. Texarkana defeated Shemari 16-12 to hold the ' vlcter'tes—32—but the Bears h'ave 16sf 18—three more than Wichita Palls. in' the other game Gainesville's OWls r)ad their wihnhig streak snapped at four as they succumbed to the "Waco Dons ltf-4. Sherman, in fpiujth place, is nine games "behind 'third-place Texar- ka'h'a but from there on down to the cdllar the 'clubs are close together. R.udby Brlner stole home with _h$ winning ruft as the Wichita F4lis Spudders' 1 edged Austin. Briner Sfe6 'tyefit on a •hitting rampage with foul- for; four. ; Paris'. $ed Pepper won their-fifth Straight game in licking Greenville with Paul Martin's homer in the fiixth the deciding blow, it drove in three runs. •Texarkana and Sherman hooked up. hi an old-fashioned slugging bee with the Lions pounlng 22 hits nnd Sherman 18, four of which were horoers. Vallie Eaves won his eighth straight pitching victory although iforced to the showers in the middle of the eighth inning. SPARSLY POPULATED* ' One South Dakota county, 530 square miles in arqa, has a white population of only two oncl an Indian population of only 20. WEST tex LEAGUE ' Yest«fday'« Results t'Afnop. 6, Clovis 6. tiulihnck S. Alfmquerciue 0. 2. n, AtnaHlIb 10, 8. Abilene X, S, Borgcr 9, 4. STANDINGS Team Amnrlllo W 27 Ijiibhock 2!) Pampa 20 Lamesa 1B Abilene 18 Border AlbiK|iierr|iie ClovlK 18 M 7 L 10 12 14 20 21 21 23 31 Today's Games: Ltibbock lit PniTi BOI-R-IT at Amarlllo. CloviH at Allnuiuerriue.. Abilene at Lamesa. * —.— STAN73INGS— Houston Voi't AVorlh .... Shreveijort .... Dallas TBonumonl 'Oklnhomn. City . llN.1 San 'Antnfilo 28 28 28 28 21 22 21 in 24 24 26 27 30 3D 31 Pet. .730 .707 .588 .4S7 4fi2 .162 .378 .184 .G27 .588 .538 .519 ,50ft .444 .423 .404 O.B. 5* 30 10 18 20% NATIONAL LEAGUE N't'w York ,, fh!iw;c> .... Tirnoklyn Boston .... PhilaM.oltihla ViHslMII'Rll . CinnlniiiUI . 23 23 24 23 in \K IS 1.7 17 17 1R 1fl 23 22 2r> 2-t .575 .575 .571 .fi'lS .452 .450 . VtiHt . ('k'vcl.'inrl .. HnKtrin »•. Phllnrtplphlii Wnshlntvliin AMERICAN LEAGUE 1« .r,io 211 17 21 '<!•> 17 W 18 18 1.B 21 21 20 24 23 .r,K) .500 .455 .410 3V. I0 1 /f m[ % R R R BV 7 7 1 / POST-SEASON FOOTBALL SHERMAN — (/P) — A post-scasoi football game getween the champioi of the Texas/conference anr a team selected by the coaches and the Wichita Palls Exchange Club is being considered and a mail vote wil be taken, Dr. George Landolt, president of the conference said today Tri Chase in MM $l*r (By The Associated The pennant (j rned: fifeljt to sdriVille; Lc^^ . Longvtew was orily a h^lf gam6 back of the league leading itafel^i- vllie Jax after taking thelt se6Sftd, straight from the" Jax l$sfc' flight 4-1. Behind the air-tiglit fitifluig; of rookie Martin Hushing. Lufkin bunched Its hits In : Ihe last two ihhingS to take ah eft&r- less game frorti Henders&n, 6-1,- w5 move Withiri a ga'rhe Slid & h£lf of the leaders. Marshall bowled over Tyler, 11-8, on an error and a wild pitch' Ih the eleventh Ihnlhg. ' ". -..'• Bryan, who called on two local volunteers to replace her hijtfred catchers, bowed before Kilgofej' 9*5. '• • ' • - - Bead The Pairtpa W»fi* Ads We Sell Beer! ON SUNDAYS From 1 p. m. tp 6 p. m. Only By the Bottle or By the Ca«e. • ' To Take Out Ice Cold. Dancing starts 7:30 p. m. SOUTHERN U.-35' , Round AA Beef Lb. 43° Open 'til 7 P, M, Cwyler 2 Po A ' i' 1 M .) . :i .:', 3D ;i 4 -1 4 3 4 0 4 4 35 1 1 0 I) 11 t 0 1 0 I 2 3 0 1 1 1 U 2 4 o 27 •! I 13 5 U 0 0 .0 3 0 0 2 4. 11 .. O'C'onaull, ss . Bailey, II) ---- Fcirtln, rt Hanse, lib ».' Bailer, If A. .lolinstQii, L-f O. Smith, c ... B. ItoviU, p ... .Total ....... CLOVIS (5) Olfford. ss ... Nicholas, 31) .. Jaukson. tb ... Moore, c Qullliri, '2\j Vovotney, rf . . . Riley, cf X Dol)l)s Sanders. If Haskina, p Total ..... X— Ran for Hlluy in ptli. Painiia ........ ..... 000 311 C)ov|s . ............ 000 200 Runs batted In— Pprtfn 3, , Johnston 2. Riley 2, Htiakllis. Two hltn— Range. Riley 2.' Sacrlflcea — O'Connell. Hewitt. Ddublo plays— O' Connell to Otev to Bailey. Otey tq O' Connel) to Baltey— Gifford to tfiuholaH Left 0,11 baxe — PajiU'B 8, Clovis B Uasew on balls — Hewitt S, Hahklna 'i Strike-outs— Hewitt B. ^HjusKins B Passed biilK-Moore. Uiflpjyes— 'Leon •iril and Atkins. Tinii, 2:00. H! 0 10 27 1 0 0 3 • 1 (I 0 I 0 I (i : 18 : 100— i 301— Bauer, NOT JUDGEP A person's m!* NOW WHEN YOU NEED IT!! PRICES ARE CUT ON B •A. 21" W?iK-E»HD CASE Handsome, sturdy lug. ^ gage — the fiijfii of a smart traveler! Walcr- .rcpcljci)t Pyroxylin coated coverings, bound! 15.00 'I-' 26" PULLMAN CASE Matclrts tl>«j Wcck-End Case perfectly for a completely attractive set, Same fine quality, but much roomier! 1 C, TWO-SUITER Holds two suits 'conveniently-^. and keeps them pressed! Room for lots more, besides! Sturdy imitation leather. Tan. . 20.00 0, COMPANION CASE A perfect mtitcb for tin? iwo-suiter — for all those extras. Strong 'steel frame, with divider. Imitation leather. -. 20.00 E. SPORTS RAG Of glossy, long-wearing simulated 'leather; Large, enough for sport toga,'equipment! 4.00 F. 24" FIBRE SUITCASE Covered with top notch fibre over, hardy, lightweight wood frame. iop <*> 20" FIBRE SUIT CASE Made of hard U'unk streamlined, round etyle. Extra strong metal corners. 2,00

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free