Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 19, 1946 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 6

Publication:
Location:
Pampa, Texas
Issue Date:
Tuesday, February 19, 1946
Page:
Page 6
Start Free Trial
Cancel

fetmtfti? If, 1*4* .Shades of Jim A couple'of clowns who did all right, Max Baer, left, and Maxic Rosenbloom slrtko Jim Figg pose rehearsing for Miami Beach night club act.j Max may be taller, but Slupsie Maxie boasts : . biggcr_bny window. — Baylor Due To Hang up Crown By The Associated Press Baylor's Golden Bears, who won (their only southwest conference basketball championship in 1,932, are due to rack up another tonight when they meet Texas A. and M. at Waco in the final title game on their schedule. The Bears are sure of sharing the championship even if they lost to A. and M. but can take the undisputed crown by winning, which they are top favorites to do. Arkansas is the only team retaining a chance of even tying Baylor for the title. That would result should A. and M. upset the Bruins and Arkansas beat A. and M. in the last' two games of the season. Baylor, which is certain to receive the invitation to play in the National Collegiate Athletic associa-- tion regional tournament at Kansas City if it is undisputed champion, will go to Buffalo, N. Y., Saturday to play Canisius in the first game of an eastern tour. Training Camp (.By The Associated Press) "Hold'iutitis" continued to plague the throe New York clubs. President Larry MacPhail, making his first appearance at the Yankees training c.-imp in Panama., disclosed that five plfiycrs still were unsigned. Heading the group was tho American league jailing king, George Stirnweiss, vho is not satisfied with the offered C ..IG.COO, the same he received last .ear. The others arc pitcher Ernie ionham, who has taken a heavy cut in pay, outfielders Tucker Stainback and Russ Deny, and infielder ' Buzas. Conlracfs on Highway Jobs Being Le! Today AUSTIN, Feb. 19.—W—Contracts on highway construction and repairs in 27 .counties will be let today by the state highway department. Included In the total of 226 miles of construction under bidding is a 20-mile project of asphalt undersea! for the concrete pavement on U. S. highway 81 between Waco and Temple. ] Highway Engineer D. C. Groer said the repair project involves pumping asphalt under the pavc- inent to fill low spots causing breaks ill the concrete and to furnish un insulator against underground water. He said the process has been used successfully in u protective maintenance program of ' roads in the Dallas area and would be expended to other highways throughout , the state. Other counties involved in today's cjontrjcts are Denton, Dallas Hous- txm, Medina, Terrell, Kaufman, Hcn- 4erson, Brown, Hopkins, Tarrant, Parker, Johnson, Sherman, Carson, Hale, Erath, Chambers fcuinin, Kinney, Leon, Van Za'ndt, Lavaca, Brooks, Plidalgo and Jeff Davis. Dr. George Snell Dentist Office over 1st National Bank Phone 1483 for appointment PREACHER'S <For the Hair) ll prove itself to you for GRA*, flded, dry, falling hair; ITCHY •calp and DANDRUFF. USE IT—BE CONVINCED! CRFTNEY'S [JIFF P. BEARDEN ; Representing i THE FRANKLIN LIFi f INSURANCE CO. 'Ptibi>e 47 Pamjpa, Texas SERVICE Blake Washer, Electric Iron or Motor—Any Hour! todshaw Washing Machine Co. 438 N, Carr Phone 2073 Dr. M. C, Overion and ' , J, W, Howze ice they haye/resume,c ;tice t of medicine and [ice 303 The Dodgers announced the sign- ng of six, players, first baseman Howie S:hultz, second baseman A! ampanis and pitchers Clay Smith Kay Hataway, Ervin Palcia and eroy Pfund, but joining- outfielders Dixie Walker, Augie Galan ancx jitcher Joe Hasten as holdouts were flychasers Goodie Rosen anc Pete Reiser. In addition to Heyes, Zabala and Maglie, the Giants officially listed catcher Ernie Lombard!, and outfielders Charlie Mead, Bobby Pox and Jesse Pike as holdouts. Infielder Diclc Bartell was the latest Giant ;o sign his contract. fffit Champions Are Named at Ft Worth FORT WORTH, Feb. 19—W)—The Texas 'earn, made up of three fight- :rs from Dallas, three from Houston md one each from Fort Worth and Corpus Christi, will leave Saturday for Chicago to compete in the tournament of champions in the Golden Gloves. The Texas titlists were crowned here last night as more than 9,090 fans turned out for the closing pro- ram of the state tournament. It was a record ono-night throng and brought the total attendance for the ive nights to over 30.000—also a tournament record. Not a single defending champion came through but there are several Latin-Americans Joining Mexican Baseball League NEW YORK, Feb. 19—f/P)—Mexi- can baseball promoters, with plenty of pesos to offer as bait, are attempting to outbid the major leagues in the Latin American Ivory market and are invading the player lists of U. S. leagues. ivell-experlV-iced men on" the Texas i Headed by Bernardo Pasquel, mil- which Flem R. Hall, director '1 the Texas Golden Gloves, thinks lionairo president of the Mexican professional baseball league, the pros a goori chance of finishing with' motors from across the border made he leaders at Chicago Feb. 25, 26 nnd 27 in the preliminaries and in he finals 10 days later. These will battle under the Texas banner at Chicago: Henry Kagawa, Houston, fly- iveight; Joe Garcia, Houston, ban- .amwcipbt,; Alex Gonzales, Dallas, eathepveight; Bill Wilson, Corpus 2hristi naval air station, lightweight: Cotton Gunter, Dallas, wel- Herbert Mny. Houston, third round. Wilson, Ardmore. Okla., de- Ft. Laudcrdale, Fla.— Manager Billy Southworth is wondering whether Al Treichel's hcffeht—ho stands six-foot-five—or his speed s scaring the Boston Braves. Few of the tribesmen have been able; ;o set much more than a loud foul off the club's tall Ilinger in batting jractice. El Centro, ?alir.—Manager Fran- Fiisch of tho Pittsburgh Pirates announced that pitcher Jimmy Walsh, recently Discharged from the army, lias signed a contract, reduc- np the number of unsigned players to six, qustiinding of whom was ' Frank Gustinc. middleweight; Presley Darnell, Fort Worth, light heavveight; Charles Simmons, Dallas, heavyweight. Kapawa took out the last 194D hampion in the linals when he de- cisioncd. Gilbert Arcche of San Antonio. The best fight of the night, nowcver, was a slam-bang affair put m by Garcia, brother of the 1945 welterweight champion, Gilbert Gar- cm, who was eliminated in tho qua) - tcr-flnals, and Rudy Lnra Antonio Joe Garcia utcd a tvip- :inmmer style of attack to enrn the dccisioii but it was a close fight all the way and a. thriller for the crowd. There was only one knock-out on llic final card. Gonzales scored it by putting away Lloyd Densman of Wr.co in the whose home cisioned Rny Ramon of San .Antonio for the lightweight title. Gunter defeated Bobby Woods of Fort Worth for the welter crown. May won over Raymond Joines of Beaumont in the middleweight title fight. Barnell staged a great finish to down Buddy Shumway ol Dallas for the light heavyweight trophy and the Cocky Simmons won the heavyweight title by staying out of the rea:h of 2'14-poimd Tommy Urocter, a top sergeant in the army fighting from Abilene. He presented a moving target to the veteran Procter and the soldier couldn't move fast enough to hie Simmons solidly more than once. Dallas carried off the team trophy with 24 points while Houston wound up second with 16, San Antonio third with 13. Fort Worth fourth with 10 and Corpus Christi fifth with 9. Other team points: Beau- niont 7, Waco 5, Wichita Falls 4; Brownwood, El Paso, Abilene, Temple, 3 each; Big Spring 2; Lubbo-k, Tyler, Amarillo 1 each. Third place was determined i" seven divisions. There were no heavyweights in the colsolation division. Third place winners were: Fred Morales, Temple, flyweight; ,3. T. Collins, Dallas, bantam-weight; Jesse Longoria, Fort Worth, featherweight; Fred Mongaras, Dallas, lightweight; Bob Apperson. Big Spring, welterweight; Sgt. Charles Stump, Dallas, -niddleweight; Billy McCoy, Houston, light heavyweight. their first big strike yesterday when Luis Olino, fleet-looted .313. Hitting Brooklyn outfielder, signed a three-year contract with the Vera Cim club. Along with Olmo, who reportedly is getting $10,000, a year plus expenses for his wife and himself, the Mexicans signed the colorful Danny Garclelln. a combination outfielder- first baseman with the New York Giants last year. Cordelia has been Iii the bad grares of the Giants j since ho spurned a $5,000 contract | and Manager Mel Ott had Danny ticketed for the minors. Pascinci said last week that his lengur also had figncd two other Cuban players belonging to the Giants, infieldev Nap Reyes and pitcher Adrian Zabela. Other Latins' the wealthy Mexican of Sin exccutivi! Claims have "jumped" the majors are Rene MonteagUdo, Philadelphia Phillies outfielder; Roberto Estalclla, Philadelphia athletic fly-chaser, and Fermin Guerro, Washington catcher. Adolfo Liciue, former star National league pitcher and reecnt New York Giant coach, had agreed to manage one of the Mexican teams months ago and Pasquel also has lured awny Jean Pierre Roy and Roland Oladu, property of the Dodgers who played with Montreal in the Intt-rnation.il league last year. m w»« 1 tf* Picks lage **o Meet Officials AUSTIN, Feb. 0!)—I/I 1 )—Inlerscho- astic league basketball tournament lairings will be announ:ed March I, rnd a slate of olficinls for the an- i-.i!;il schoolboy 'ja.skcttaall show has ;Pcn .selected. Rodney -7. Kid'i, league athletic dii'fctor, announced, that the tournament arrangements committee has named Abb Curtis of Port Worth as chief referee. He will assign these officials to the various games: 7aggy Sears of Fort Worth, Jake Looney of Houston, Johnny Morrow of Wa'"o, Mike. Williamson of San Antonio and Carl Breadt of Austin. Wilbur Evans of Austin is official scorer. Conference A and B play begins March 7. Conference AA play begins March ,3. Finals in each of the three conferences are scheduled for March 9. The schedule: March 7—conference B preliminary games, 9, 10:15 and 11:30 a. m. and 2 p. m. Conference A preliminary games 3:15, 4:30, 7:15 and 8:30 p. m. Marsh 9—Conference B consolation game 9 a. m. Conference AA semi-finals 10:15 and 11:30 a. m. Conference A consolation 4:45 p. m. Conference AA consolation 8 p. m. Conference AA final 9:20 p. m. Plans Completed for Organization of New Athletic Conference DALLAS, l''eb. 10—(/I'.i-Plans for •a new intcrcolU^UiU 1 . athletic conference comprisinK Oklahoma City university, .Southwestern university, Georgetown, Texas; and Trinity university, San Antonio, have been completed by faculty representatives of the schools meeting here. J, C. Simms, representing Oklahoma City university, said the C,i-oup decided to hold football, basketball, baseball, tennis ,and golf tournaments in the 1940-47 season. A set of rules will be submitted to a meeting of college president the second week in March he said. Simms also said that the rules information would be sent to Centenary college, 31'irevcpovt, La. Les Cranfili Leaves Temple for Denison DENISON, Feb. 19—(/P>— Les Cranfill, head football coach at Temple high school, since 1937 has accepted the position of head football coach at the Denison . high school. He will assume his duties March 1. Cranfill replaces C. R. Pattison, who recently accepted the head coaching position at Wichita Palls. Ted Lyons, 45, Ready To Start PASADENA, Calif., Feb. 19—(£>)— The idol of Chicago's south side, Ted Lyons, 45 and fit, is ba:k from the wars and hard at work to become "more than just a Sunday pitcher" for the White Sox this season. The affable Lyons, discharged | from tha Marines as a captain after three years of service, was so eager to pick up the 20-year twirling threat he left behind in 1942 that he came out to the White Sox' training base. 10 days ahead of his bat- terymates, due here tomorrow. The flu postponed his workouts, but he was on the Brookside park practice field early yesterday, almost as frisky—well, almost—as in 1923, when as~a gangling kid just out of Baylov university, he first joined the club. "I want to pitch 200 innings this year," said Lyons, between laps a- vound the field. "My legs feel fine —and that's the main thing." The veteran pitcher, only a half- dozen pounds overweight at about 200, said he didn't know about his arm yet. "I won't do much throwing for several weeks—we old-timers- gotta take it easy," quipped Ted, with a boyish laugh. >«. Texas No! Eligible For Mexican Labor MEXICO CITY, Fob. 19—M')—Tho labor department announced yesterday that it would continue to exclude Texas from- the list of states eligible to receive Mexican farm labor. The announcement followed close- 'Jy on the heels of a statement made Just Saturday by Labor Secretary Francisco Tru.i'illo Gurria, who lamed several other ineligible tatcs. They were Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Colorado, Montana, and Wyoming. Gurria conspicuously omitted n cxas when he enumerated the lames of "blacklisted" states. No mention of Texas was made, an official explained, because no vorkers had ever been sent to the tate under government sponsor- hip. However, many workers of "un- ^fficial" status have been employed m Texas farms. ' The official added that the gov- rnment has decided to continue its irm labor attitude toward Texas, Because, he added, of the convic- ion that discrimination against Mexicans is practiced. San Antonio Texas League Club Sets Trycut Camp Dates SAN ANTONIO. Feb. 19— (If)— The San Antonio Missions will hold a tryout camp here Feb. 28, Marsh 1 and 2, with a number of baseball scouts and managers to attend! president Bill Osley announced today. AU boys over 17 who are not American legion players or who are eligible for high school basebal} competition may report for tryouts. Jimmy Adair, manager of the Missions: )Doh Gutteridge, Toledti manager; Ralph Wmegarner, manager of the ISlmira, N. Y., club; Tony Springfield, |11., manager; file and Joe Kntch, Mis• sfod G, & president frere. Tpjedo «lub, wW be Huffman, Coleman Will Instruct at Big Spring School BIG SPRING, Feb. 19— (IP)— Berl Huffman, backfield coach at Texas Tech, and Ton to Coleman, who has returned to Abilene Christian college after serving as assistant coach of the. army air forces training command, team at Fort Worth, wil be instructors in tile Big Spring football coaching school Feb. ?5 anc More than 100 coaches of this area are expected,. fco attend. Texas Amateur Qpff Meet Set for Dallas DALLAS, Feb: 19— (/P)— The Texas amateur go}f tournament, whjclj liar been siw.pen4fd since. 104a»^ will he • "' § • Id t,]iis yearcMay l-4»t"the'Bifook >uov If a pay River Oaks Tennis Meet Is Scheduled HOUSTON, Feb. 19—OT— The River Oaks country club invitation tennis tournament, which was suspended after 1941, will be resumed April 15-21. Ernie Langston, director of the tournament, said he had good prospects of getting entries of nationa: champion Frankie Parker and second ranking- Bill Talbert among the men and Mrs 1 . Blwood Cooke, the national champion, among the women. IS WED Ga., Feb. 19— tfP)- ICank Greenberg, baseball's highes 1 paid player, and Caral Glazier Gimbel, heiress to the department store millions were married liere las; night. - + — , - „ I traveled froiri one end of the Pert/an Qulf command to the othei ana' njgfck Tfee & °' 'pan A- .-: -• '-. • ,%/, ;•', u"-> v';'| r *,-r 7 ^rVv 1 ?;?, JUNIOR., PLEASE DON'T TELL- YOUR. MOTHER HER. PHONOGRAPH RECORDS' I'LL Give YOU MY BOV- SCOUT KNIFE, MY SKELETON KEY AND (AY POLICE WHISTLE/ YEAH.JLJMIOR. , YOU'RE NOT fWHATS THEN HOW ABOUT MY ENGRAVED PET TUKOE OR MY GONMA BUMP YOUE.GLMS ABOUT IT; ARE YOU? GOBACK,RANDY- BUT KEEP LOW IN THE WEEDS. WHEN V0URE OUVO' RANGE, RUN AROUND TO THAT HILL AND FMIS'E VOUR ARM IF ANYONE LEWES IE HOUSE OH THE I'M GOING TO FIND OUT WHO'S DOING THAT SHOOTING CAN'T GO FOR HELP AND RISK HIM GETTING AWW/ 5 THE SEVENTH SHOT.,. FIGURING E'SUSlNfi AM AUTOMATIC, HS'S PROBABLY, GOT . MORE- He OUT OUR WAY R. WILLIAMS OUR BOARDING HOUSE MAJOR HOOPLE yes,THAT'S- v HIS FAMILY GO!N)'—I MEAN RUWMlW BY/ GOSH; THAT GUV HAD PLENTY OF DURIM 1 TH 1 SHORTAGE, DIDN'T HE? MR.TWJIG&S.I'M SHOOTING ' BUFFALO BILL/-— IF ELSE IS GOlNi<3> DOT FOR MORE CWPSj YMV N5.0T . THE: P/^TPV DETAIL-"? I ->~—S. THE \M MATES. VMW*. MRS. WOOPL6 /•**• TH&V SOU WERE SERl'OOS ABOUT SACKING OP BlSCOVT ANiTe -2}=> PERCENT/ PRESENT OF TUe HfVSH, X TOLD THEM MOD \WEEE 3UST L\TTLE: AhJD IN THE HOUSE FOREVER' AFTER. LP\60R. TROU81E WHY MOTHERS GET C5RAY Rl VJHILE 1VOA5 BREAKFAST A (-W* YOU LEFTY VJA.S AURDERED e 15 WGWf COUWRY FOR /X LOME GIRL. ITRMIED LEFtf HANKS HERE -HE COULD HAME CLEARED w PA-MER OF THAT OLD TRAIN ROB6ERT • fOU KNOVJ A PO\NlERFUL-LCTi LADY/ I JU6T FPUI* TOUR R'FLE - tUH Bl i SAVM FIND THE E SPRANG OUT OF THE fc - ings looked bad. No use trying to make a break. That gorilla beside me had an itchy trigger finder. LOOK WHERE YOU SLAMMED THAT TAX I DOOR ON MY ARM, PUNK, YOU /VUSHTA BROKE IT. AFTEI? WHAT YOU DID TO MY dAW AM I SUPPOSED TO BE SORRY? big mouth He gave me SHOUL9N ALONE AT NIGHT DANGEROUS, LOUSE? rattled every tooth in /N\OTHEe, DON'T VOU THINK. A 'PERSON'S HEALTH IS JUST THE MOST VirAH-V (S NEA&V-V LJ HJ iDCSWH PPVfcW »<KIOW WHAT? DAPHWE UR£ HAS T6 0er GLASSES- R3A,CriCALLV RUIWEP HER HAVINQ A ^et?:

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

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

Try it free