Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 17, 1946 · Page 4
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 4

Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, February 17, 1946
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>. -. J ^; v->^ f' 1 Irvesters Are Eliminated in Cage Playoff at Claude, 21-15 Mil 4 PAMPA NEWS irock High School ting Matches Slated .S8AMROCK, Fob. 16 (Special)— '[(* ShamfOCfc school's annual in- __jimtfal boxing 'matches will be nelfl in the high school gymnasium. Wth semi-finals on Tuesday night SMid the finals Thursday ni<;ht. The semi-finals and finals to be held Tuesday and Thursday nights, respectively, will begin at 7:30 o'clock. There will be about 3C fights on each card. Here are some of the better match • fc8 that will be on the semi-finals Tuesday night: 112-pound class — B. Boyce vs. IMerryfield; Lenke. vs. Ray. 118-pound class — York vs. Hnl- Jlngsworth. 126-pound class -- Hroivrr vs. Jo<faenderson: Griswokl vs. Krnie Fry 135-poupcl class -- Trim Lamlnim Vs. Terry. 117-pound class -— Jerry Ander- json vs. J. Roy Henry. Among the 30.fights in (he [innIs ^Thursday night, Satlerfield will meet Braxton in the 160-pound div- pslon, and John Cadra will mix il Vith Cesley Johnson in the 175- pound bracket. These contestants Went into the finals without opposition. Sunday, February 17, 1946 Annual intramural for This Week Bashefeers Go Info Tkee-Way Tie for Laurels Borger Defeats Amarillo to Throw Tilt Into 3-Way Tie WHITE DEER. Feb. IS school fives from White Maine was the first state ever to Vote dry, approving prohibition in 1846. Hiuh Deer. I Spearman, nnd Phillips were cast in n three-way tie here last nipht I for the district 2-A basketball title. Phillips defeated Perryton 34 to 17; Spearman defeated Ciinnrlian. HIJ lo -5. In cninin; I') (lie lii< in Ilic aHrinocin. Wliid- I '''IT luitl The lirsl in ihc pl;iy-<ilf names v, ill Lie |)!;iyrd MnnMiiy nh'.lit, ill. }! l'cl\ver'ii While Deer and Phillips. The winner of lh:il. -vnne will meet. Rpcwman on Thmrdiiy. I Fir.-!, anrl see'ind, ;ill-di.slrie( t":im.s ;\veiT' named, rind liie members were leach awarded n t;old baskelball. | First Icnm—Jones of Spearmnn. (Bnrnnrd of White Dorr. Becker of |Sneannan. Earnest of Phillips, and Flowers of Perryton. Serond team—Cross of Canadian. Osbcrn of While Deer, Jackson of Phillips, Jones of Perryton. nnd Cooner of Lefors. Schell of Pern ton was awarded n By FRANK STALLINGS Borper and Amarillo were fighting it out at Claude last night for top honors in the northern division of district 1-AA basketball, after Amarillo had eliminated the Pampa quintet yesterday afternoon on that same court, 21-15. The three teams had gone into a three-way tie when Amarillo dropped a game to the Borgerites. 15-13, nt Bcrger. The Harvesters lost their lead early in the third quarter at Claude. The game was one of passing and IMI>« I HM*! . / IVIr. LUnTS ANNOUM i COMPLETE NEW SERVICE DEPARTMENT • Bear Wheel Alignment • Motor Overhaul • Hudson Parts • Alvin Day, Shop Foreman • Every Job Must Be Satisfactory HUDSON-WILLYS JEEP McWILLIAMS MOTOR CO. (Formerly Pampa Safety Lane) 411 S. Cuyler Phone 1562 iThrspian Joe Louis lakes courtly bow in response to plaudits of his public as. champion closes jtour with orchestra prior to Starting training lor return match with Billy Conn at ~ v --mkee Stadium, June 19. Kokt basketball ior bust sportsmanship. Results of the two-clay tourney were: Thursday afternoon — Spearman 37, Lefors 17; Phillips 38, Panhandle It); White. Deer 4B, Perryton 26. Thursday n^ht' — Phillip;; 45( Canadian 13; Perryto n 44, Panhandle 2(i; Spearman 37, White Deer 26. In addition to those Friday results already enumerated, Perry;on defeated Canadian 43 to 34; Spearman defeated panhandle 35 to 11 in the afternoon; and that night Panhandle defeated Lefor.s 22 to 16. BULLETIN Amarillo defeated the Borger quintet at Claude last night 21 to 19 to become division champion for district 1-AA basketball. The scores by quarters were: Amarillo 7, 8, 14, 18 at 4-minute time; Borger 4, 5, 11 14 at 4-minure time. cut of the 14 tried. The Sandies I were hitting the free tosses and scored five out of the nine tried. In the first half the teams seemed to be fairly evenly matched, but as the game progressed the Sandies hit the basket more, and handled the ball with deliberate accuracy. Playing for the Harvesters were Randall Clay, Bernie Brown, Bill Speer, Leon Gooch, Leon Crump and Charlie Laffoon. Making up the Sandie team were Jack Seale, Paul Carroll, Boone Pickens, H}t Sasser, Jimmy Carter, tarry Wartes, and Bob Henry. The Borger Bulldogs tied the three teams in the nonhern half of ' district 1AA Friday night when they eked out a 15-13 win over the Ambarillo Sandies in Borger. The game was slow in scoring and the ball handling was deliberate and accurate. Pnul Howard nnd Jim Copo of the Uulldogs pnu'ticuilly won the game Game Changed To Avoid Conflict CANYON, Feb. 16—West Texas tate's fourth basketball game of the icaspn, set for February 20, has been ihanged to February 19 to avoid conflict with a lyceurn program. The Buffalo cagers won two pre- I'» i 1 t k ' running more than one with a lot of shouting. The game was slow in the start nnd the Sandies pulled out to an early lead in the first quarter, having three points before the green and gold five was able "to tally. The Harvesters came back and scored iwo field goals, however, nnd the first period ended with the score 4-3. Harvesters leading. Tne second quarter showed little improvement in the way of shooting by either team as the Harvesters scored only four and the Sandies cnly three. Both fives shot and missed consistently during both quarters of the first half. The Harvesters held only a two point lead, when the period ended with the count 8-6. When the third quarter opened the Sandies immediately pulled out in the lead. Their scoring improved and our defense seemed to lack what it took to hold them down. The Sandies held the Harvesters to only two points in this period. After the Sandies had sctored four field goals and a free shot the score at the end of the third period stood 17-10 with the Harvesters trailing. To keep the Sandies from scoring was about the only Harvester thought during the last quarter. Trailing by seven points when the period opened, they tried to overcome the lead, but were unable to make the needed points. Fouling increased as one Sandie had the limit of five personal fouls and left the game. Both teams were constantly throwing free shots and altogether there were 15 fouls committed in the last half. High scorer for the afternoon was Paul Carroll of the Sandies with 10. Harvester high point man was Bill Speer with eight. Randall Clay had seven, to be third in the scoring. It seemed that both teams were more intent on keeping the ball than they were in trying to hit the basket. The free throws were hard for the Harvesters to make as they missed 11 We have been appointed distributor for Gray' Roberts and adjoining counties for the Peace- Time Willys-Jeep, and all Willys Products, which will include Pick-Ups, Station Wagons and the all-around world Jeep. The trucks, pick-ups, station wagons and Jeeps are 4- wheel drive ... 6 speeds forward and two in reverse. Co. TEIEPHONE vlous games and the Red Raiders one. Whether the locals will go Into the championship tournament of the border conference at Albuquerque, N. M., March 1-2 with three wins over their arch rivals or gain no better than a tie will be decided in the February 19 game here. SCREEN STAR ILL BOLLYWOOD, Feb. Bryant WasKburn, silent scretii gravely ill with influenza, is past fhr crisis, physicians repoffed last night. ;.;••' Read The Classified in the last minute as Howard threw In two field gpals within 30 seconds of each other and then Cope pitched a goal with only five seconds remaining to be played. Howard was high scorer with seven and Caroll of the Sandies fol- .lowed closely with six. The first quarter ended 3-3; .second quarter 5-5; 9-7 with the Bulldogs in the lead and at the end of the four minute period in the fourth quarter the score stood 10-9 with the Sandies leading. The three field goals saved the clay for the Borger I.CHI n. ;orary relief for symptoms of bronchial, AND HAY FEVER The patented inner construction of the nebulizer, produces micro-fine droplets, making a completely inhalable vapor which permits the medication to reach the bronchial area. CAUTION: Use only as directed. 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