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3 Has Charted fetf Tftli Moftday, Tfi, ol 15 Golden Gloves Bouts lor Title, Dallas Favored Golf Feud Still Goes on Between Kelson, Hogan frEW ORLEANS. Feb. 18.—</P)— Byrort Nelson is still a bit ahead of Ben fidgiiii in a 20-year rivalry Vthldh started in a contest for a caddy cMnifMohship and developed into a ditel for top place in American golf. T^le latest Irieident is Nelson's stretch drive which brought him a •ffoe^Str'oke victory in the S7.SOO New Orleans open tournament Sunday, Wter h'o had trailed Hogaii by two Stf&k'es for the first Uirro rounds. Nelson's 33-'33-^-G6, six under par and one off the CKy park course record which he holds jointly with fiTghfy Pieard, apparently took the" ftcftfl but of Little Ben, who has a reputation on his own for gnllant finishes. Welson's total was 277. Hogaii hafl 282 FORT WORTH, Feb. 18—t/P>— Fifteen bouts, eight of them for championships, will close the tenth annual Texas Golden Gloves tournament here tonight with Dallas expected to win the team championship. A .crowd of 8,000 to 9,000 is expected to Jam Will Rogers Memorial coliseum to see Gilbert Arechc de la Cruz of San Antonio put his flyweight title on the line against Henry Kagawa of Houston wTiile new champions are named in the seven ovher divisions. There also will be seven bouts determining third place winners. There will be no consolation fight in the heavyweight division. Already more than 21,000 fans have seen (he Golden Gloves bouts. The show opened Wednesday night, drew 4,000 nnd each carfl lias registered an increase with 6,733 turning out Saturday night when finalists were determined. The tournament has drawn its largest attendance in history. Dallas, already boasting 17 noints, has four fighters in ihe finals. San Antonio, with 13 points, has three and Houston, with 12, 'also has Wanna Moke Sumpin' of It? Hobbyhorne Cintorsdn, 11- months-old American-bred bulldog, looks part winning first prize at Westminster Kennel dlub show at Madison Square Garden. He is property of Mrs. Robert S. Home of New Brims• wick, N.J ftogan, still on the links when three. Fort Worth has two in the finals while Waco, Corpus Chnsti, NeWon finished, went five over par oh the last nine, losing three of the Strokes on the last four holes. Beaumont and Abilene each shows one-. Fort Worth, BeaUmOnt and Ben's round was 35-38-73, one i Corpus Christ! each has emht'fiinvs. above par for the 6539 yard course. I Winners of tonight's finals will The victory was Nelson's third in g° to the tournament of champions •four starts this year, and the $1500 price brought his total winnings to $6,500, only $10 behind Hogan who has won two out of seven. Ben got $'1,006 yesterday. at Chicago. Monday Niahi Cage Calendar Mixxnnri Valloy SI:. Loui« U nl. lii-uilli-y Ti'i-li. OilllTH AlribuWa nl Tiilnnc. Hope nt y\lma. Bainhridjjo NT(J nl Vnllcy Km-fti' HHS- pitiil. Culver Stocklon nt Carthncc. Willie Forest nt Cntnwbn (Thom- U . Central Nnrmnl nt Enrlhnm. Concordin (St I..) nt Wnahinulon .•(St. L.) EHz'abethtown nt Hnverfcird. Georgia U. at Florida. Hamline nt Great Lukes. Wisconsin at Illinois. TMa'nsfield nt Ithncn. Toleflo at- Marshall. Northwestern at MinneHot.'i. ftipon nt Monmouth. Western Kentucky at Mnrclioml (Ky.) SaleiVi at Fairmont. Tenn'esseo ai Vunderliill. YcHhiva at Hnfslrn. Sports Round-Up Work Out Delayed By Pacific Tour ; MfoAMI, Fla., Feb. .18—(/P)—Bill Vois'elle, husky right-handed pitch- •fer, worked. Out with his New York 'Giants mates Saturday and said his efelay in arriving here was due to a USO tour of the Pacific, from which he only recently returned. BULfc JOBJfSON SIGNED CHICAGO, Feb. 18—W)—The Chit&go Bealrs have announced signing of William orville (Bull) John- ion-, "fOrmer Southern Methodist uni- Vferisty fu'ard and blo'cking back, for the 194B national football league Season. The Bears will use 208- pound Johnson at guard. 4//-VEGETABLE LAXATIVE CAUIIOM. i*(i o See the Pampa Music Store for your amplifiers, microphones and pick-ups. Pampa Music Store jj'tt'N. Cuyler Phone 689 Dr. M. C. Overion and Dr. J. W. Howze Ahnounce they have resumed the practice of medicine and surgery. Office 303 Combs-Worley Bldg. tfey Phone ]Q30 '. Nite 680 Fishing Tackle, Bowling Shoes, Tennis Supplies, Models & Supplies, Hand- PaUHed Neckties, Games 'Dominoes, Cards, Sweatshirts. New merchandise arriving flatty. Shop outt store. The Sportsman Shop * BJvins-F. E. Bivins Foster Phone 677 By HUGH FULLERTON, .JR. NEW YORK, Feb. 18—(/P)—Does anybody know how many baseball fans there are'—We don't menu the total attendance, but how many of the millions who live in major or minor league territory who actually go |o one >r more games a .season. Professional baseball lifts been "on sale" since 18ti9, but so far as we have been able to learn, only one hall-hearted attempt has been made to conduct a consumer survey—In 1935 Bill Brandt, then head of the national league service bureau, conducted one of those opinion-sampling affairs whi:h included some, questions on attendance. FIGURING THE FIGUUES Brando received 828 answers to his questionnaires, which the experts figured was about half the number distributed—Of these 828 people, 406 said they hadn't seen a Ull game that reason—Another 262 had attended ten Or less and from there the answers went up to one guy who had attended 125 games and three who had seen 100 each— Assuming that ihe folks who didn't answer weren't interested in baseball, these figures would show that 75 percent of the people "sampled" definitely weren't baseball fans— Another 14 percent were lukewarm and only 11 percent saw more than ten games—Baseball doesn't need to worry about that guy who saw 125 ames; he's incurable. Southwestern U. Winner, but Two Weeks Yei To Go By The Associated Press Southwestern university holds the Texas conference basketball championship although there still art j two weelrs of play remaining. The Pirates clinched the title last week by beating Texas Christian college and Texas wcsleyan batting for that spot. Bob Hamric CifIM Metl Texas A &M Tuesday P. M. By ROGER W. FORE AP Staff Writer It's "pressure" nlg-ht at Waco Tuesday, -wfth tWk Baylor fcfcsws ana Texas A. hnd M. fMrftlshlnff the energy. Needing jtfst one gaWie to cfftlm the Southwest conference basketball title for Ihe first time in U yeftrs, "Baylor winds ofo ah irtipres- SWe loop schedule % takirtg dn the hext-to-last-plitce Cadets 'fforh Colfege Station. Thfe Bears clinched at least a tie for the conference flag gfeturflay night ^hen they we"nt to Fdrt W6rth and trfifftned Texsts Christen, 5^40. Last Thursday r.hey shoved the Ag- ?ies around at College Station, 5448. But fans dan disregard previous Eaylor xvins, for the Aggies would like nothing- better than to upset predictions by taking the Bears to a cleaning. Altiho'xigh the Criclets have ne'dn hone 'too impressive*'in eanferenje piay, they knocked Texas 'frdm lilte tfhnlg two weeks rtgo in a t'tide ilp- wt. WhaVlitleiidpes Arkansas m& tfre now Va'His'hed. ffJe Best tihfe *R^6r« batiks frofn S'a'ydfiteViil'e fldpe 'fOr 'fo S tie With Bailor for 'the "top 'beVth —a'nd the 'Porkers 'rtfits't 'take A. 'ari'd M. Twice 'nelit Week 'to do 'tlla't. As for iihe 'o'tflc'r tea'/ris, 'the picture is this: Texas, T. 'C. U., Southern Metho- disft and Rice have Wnis'Wdd '(ihe cdrifer'e'ftce 'i'aie. Texas INVITING DISASTER When Hanry Frnka made his speaking debut as Tulane coa:h before the Browii Derby club in New Orleans he told the fans: "I want of Southwestern is leading the individual scorers With 142 points, but Jimmy Knight of Howard'Payne or j. E. Smith of Abilene Christum might overtake him in tlielr four remainirfg games. Knight lias 83 points and Smith 75. Last -week's results: Southwestern 19; TWO 16. Austin College 34, Howard Payne 33. ACC 58, Austin college 21. ACC 41, TWO 17. Howard Payne 50, McMurry 46. Southwestern 62, McMurry 36. McMurry 37, Austin college 18. This week's games: Tuesday—TWC vs. Howard Payni at-Fort Worth (Xj; Southwestern v's. University of Houston at Houston; ACC vs. McMurry in ACC gym, Abilene. Friday—TWC vs. Austin college at Sherman (Xi; Ace vs. Howard Payne in Brownwood. (X)—Conference games. Veteran Executive, Coach, Player Quits NEW YORK, Feb. 18.—(/P)—After 30 years in the game as a player, coach and executive, Elmer Layden has said goodbye to football. Layden resigned a month ago ar commissioner for professional football and president of the National Footbal league, and Saturday he bowed out of the sport completely by declining the N. F. L.'s offer to you football fans to know that if i remain in a $20,000-a-year advisory you see anything going wrong at post to Bert Bell, the new com- thn games or if you think up a missioner. touchdown play, I'll welcome an opportunity to get your thoughts. But one thin? I Ask is don't wait until after the game is over to send it to me. Bring it right down to the bench duving the game."—Yeah, and d'on't forget to bring two good tackles and a fast 190-pound halfback to make that play work. At the same time the former fullback of Notre Dame's made "Four Horsemen" of two decades ago announced he had accepted an appointment as assistant to the president of the Shippers Carline corporation, a subsidiary of the American Car and Foundry company. Phillips Team Is OH For West Coast Tilts BARTLESVILLE, Feb. 18.-^The greatest array of basketball talent, the Phillips 66ers, National AAP champions have ever teen able to assemble in the southwest boarded a Braniff Airways plane here today for a flight to the west coast. The national champions play six games in as many days beginning Tuesday night in San Francisco. After spending a week on the west coast, the Braniff plane will fly the 66ers to Denver where the team will compete in the American Basketball league double elimination tournament opening in the Mile High City February 25. Coach Bud Browning and 12 player? are making the trek west. The Phillips crew have chalked up 29 wins in 31 starts this year, their fast break offense rolling up an average of 56 points per game against 34 for the combined opposition. I TO POLICE FORCE RICHMOND, Va., Feb. 18— UP)— Frank James Trexler, sr., 35-year- old pitcher, has given up a contract with the Boston Braves of the National league to accept an appointment on the Richmond police force. BYRNTCS-CWJUCHILL MIAMI BEACH, Fla., Feb. 18— <#>>—Secretary of state James F. Byrnes and Mrs. Byrnes arid Bernard M. Barueh arrived here Vv plane Saturday for a visit with Winston Churchill. TO TEXAS LEAGUE DETROIT, Feb. 38.- •(/Pl—Jim Tot)in ,33-year-old flutterball relief olf-h-sr txctiuired by the Detroit Tigers last .season from the Boston Braves, has been released outright to Dalla's Of the Texas league with tl'e provision that the veteran remain free to make a deal for him- •iC'lt it' ha can hook on with another Tia.ior league club. CALL 87! For Schedule Informotion 9fer# Convenient Travel, Go Py H«s! to Ml Joints (or Prompt, Qylclc, Service! IMS TERMINAL TRAFFIC HALTED LONDON, Feb. 18— (if)— All traffic in and out of Victor'.i station, one of London's great railway terminals, was halved Saturday by a fire which raged for tWo hours before it was brought under control TRACK MEET SLATED BEAUMONT, Feb. 18— (/?)— The Royal Purple invitation track meet, open to all high" schools of Texas and Western Louisiana, will be helfl here April 6, Track Coach Smiley Davis of Beaumont High school announced today. There will be only one division. HE MAY BE QV't MILWAUKEE, Feb. 18—WP)_Tht Milwaukee Journal said the Mar- "iuette university athletic board wi meet next week and that Tom B ^tidham, Hilltop head foptball coach for the past five years, would not be rehired, The Journal said StJdham was hired on a year-to-year basis at "7,500 annually ind that his agreement would expire Mar?h 1. LATEST ARRIVAL MIAMI, FJft., Feb. 18.~WP>- iteher Mike Budnick was the ls»t- ->st arrival at the New York samp, but the riglithanded ^ame too late to pavticipate in tnfcra-club contest won by Rowdies 5-4 over J6hjjny |£a«iers. gob iHAttoe* ftftd gimmerman, of the Maulers h.omers, ' s ^ i , ' , «•-•>•••) »,j, t . < ' i/"- I'f'^Kl^^T^iJ uA *L .' a -;,i,,,S' .* '>. .,. * ...'..A.....^:., 1 .,-' 4:1 l^'^MiM^teV^l . t'tiird plade last week wftih a f>a : fr of wins, downing 50-^ a'nd S. M. . . If. 41-35. The FrOgs 'efifled 'tip in ftfttrth f>l«ce : by wittnirtg over : tfie Mttstartgs 42-34, although d one 'to. Ba'ylor. The Owls in 'fifth plrtce and win ' '•Stay tHei'e unless the Ag'gies Win ' ' their 'tih'ree rettiaTrrifig TWe 'WInlesg toffies lost 'lih'e'ir 12th ooirfel'e'Wce aa'ftle to hold do'wn the •afar 'for good. 'Bftykir h'eads for 'tile e'ttrft f o'llottin'fe lih'efrga'nie 'with '.t'We Aggies Tuesday. Th'e Bea'rs are -Scheduled with ganWs I't BWfalo, N. Y,, against Canisius Saturday, New York tfniVersity 'Jit view York Feb. 27 and Bairibrldge ^avy fft Bainbrldge, Md., March 1, linor Circuits Hre Completed DURHAM, N. C., Peb. 18.—(#>)— With 40 minor lealgues already recognized and two niore likely to be approved shortly, President W. G. Bramr.am of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues today announced no new minor circuits would be approved after March 1. Two of tile new loops cross international borders. Havana, Cuba, is a. member of the Florida International league and five cities in Mex- .co, combining with El Paso; Texas, make up the Mexican National league. Hermonski Holdout (n Dodger Camp SANFORD, Fla., Feb. 18.— (X>>— Not all was serene at the Brooklyn Dodgers' training camp today as Gene Hermanski, promising young outfielder, announced he was a holdout. A scheduled conference with Branch Rickey was postponed when the Dodger president left hurriedly for Daytona Beach. Hermanski batted an even .300 in 18 games in 1943 before leaving for military service. Pitcher Mort Soys He Has Good Arm FT. LAUDER0ALE, Fla., Feb. 18. .—W")—Moft Cooper, expensive acquisition last season to the Boston Braves' mound staff, threw curve's yesterday for the first time sirice last summer and rerri'arked there was ho piiri in his arm. "That's ihe first time I've been able to do inythirig like this Without Hurting my elbow in fivet years," the star . ighthahder remarkeC. • •———-•• «»•-- • — WHOIXY SATISFIED BALBOZ, C, Z., Feb. Iff.—(/P)— Manager Joe McCarthy is complete- !$r satisfied with the c'Onditton' of his New York Yankees. Fbrmer :erviceman Joe DiMaggia, Charley Keller, Tommy Henrlch, Spud Chandler, joe Gordon and sou- chock's sore arm arid Pitcher Tom- *ny Byrne's cold are the only physical complaints, 12 UNSIGNED CONTRACTS CKtIOAGO, Feb. 18.—(£>)'•—A total of 19 pitchers and c'atchefs were 3xpected to leave tonight for the Chicago White Sox spring training camp at Pasadefta, Fla. Doubts were cast whether the list woufd fp'eliute Catcher Mike Ti-esh and Pitcher Ed Smith', who had returned unsigned contracts. Political Calendar The Pampa News has beep, au-* thorized to present the names of the following citizens as cftHdidfttes for office', subject to the action Of the Democratic voters, at their pri- . , mary 'election Saturday, July 27 For District Judge: H. B. HILL For County OH4RLIE For County Commissioner— Prept- 3: JAMPS POPKJNS Preet. 1: JQ5I K. OLARKf Preot- WHOLe1»MJ»l NOTHIN& BUT TME TRUTH /* GOSH, WHAT WILL.T FORGET IT, HILDA / SGME? (ARS-VOGEU DO IF DAY WE'LL PAV HER FOR, AMD uMtiL, i CAM R •AfcD INVITED HIS PA13TO JOIM HIM AT THE YOGEL HOUSE / 1M THE EXCITEMENT OF JlTTER- -, HlUOA. ACCIDENTALLY BROKE A LOT OF PHON06RAPH RECORDS. AISB. THE. DOUGH, LETS ALL. SWEAR. TO EEP ABSOLUTELY / *1 DO SOLEMNLY SWEAR- BUT MEWE IF t CAN IN AN EXTRA 6OOP LOAJ MIGHTS SLEEP MY MI6HT START V &RCW JUST WEE LITTLE ~ NOTHING.;. BUT WITH HIM BELIEVIMGi THE I?6STOI?A>TIOM OP HIS WHISKER? PEPENPSUPON OBSERVING A STRICT ROUTINE OF REST A'WP QUIET.., HO.' LOOK AT HIM NOW OH.'SO THAT WAS JUST SUNK, EH? OSCAR. YOU'RE A FIENP/ OH, WHY PIP , .. IHAFTASOAN' EXeRT/ON.'\ PO NOW I'VE RUINEP. EVERVTHIN&! ON E RISHT TRACK. F6LLA f ! (M'J W6 TAKE A AT fSD'S Cfl\) HOUSE.' SWRCHIN fHE'0/T^H KO OUT OUR WAY R. WILLIAMS itH MAJOR HOOPLE OUR BOARDING HOUSE If DON'T COME i NEAR IT PER A SECOND- IT'S WEMT OFF FIVE TIMES AM 1 IS ME NERVIS.' VES, AM' ITS MAXIM" ALL TH' MICE IN TH' TOWN) NERVOUS, AN' THEV VJON'T COME NEAR A MOWTH/ AMD I TRIED TO TAKE A BEENi REP-ONiG.A LOT LATELY ABOUT 3O PERCENT PAV AMD you TO FOOD PRICES/ EFFECTIVE /ST OMCEJH& RATES HOOPLE MANOR AR£ RAISED 25 STICKING GUNl VOU'RE OS SO MOCK ANiD TWE SO COL-D IT CHARACTERS THE WORRY WART RYDER 6RISSGS THE SHERIFF : TO Uiight tnere on the main ora§ it hap- per,5d, with all Wnds of people arourid. A perfect sn'atch/ : GOJNG ro A LITTLE PLACE OF MINE IN THE COUNTRY, FLINT. WE GOT. PLANS FOR YOU ZJ «> ,_k i! if* with a sports editor friena ji mine about a. horse named Cyclone 5arn; Retold me plenty. THAT'S MISHTY T'QUSHTYOUR 1KINDOFYOU GETTIN' \ WHERE A " AND YOU MIGHT VWE GOING? SOTHEHQRSEWON, PUT HE WAS DOPED/ JERCE BOOKED ABET FROM ROYU*FOR*3jQQP. AT I 1 TO 1/THAT MEANS JERCE WAS STUCK FOR 3O GRAND he man at the w SAKE WHAT) FAWfc*

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