Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on September 8, 1935 · Page 3
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Pampa, Texas
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-V ffffi PAtiVA fiAlLY tfBWS, TO PLAY 2Mb COSTLY ERRORS GIVE PAMPANS SEMIFINAL TILT The Phillips Qilcrs of Borger, unners-up -In • the 1 Paihpa JUnlot ctomber "of bommeroe batQbalt totirnamteni' last ^oar, 'collapsed Friday «Jihl> before a, Road Rttn- rt*r attack'ftrtfl left for ttit> hoJiie qtmp With Ultra 'morteyi? Costly et tore epld solid 'base 'hit* s tvero n imerouS Ob the Pampa aegrcgUJ tlin went to the finals- with' an 1 . to 2 victory over the Borger r Ine. ';,;' '.'' • . • ,'• • '•'•••• •/The Riad Runners'-and - Coltexo c»6as of ueFors l meet In a schedule / to determine the'tournament champion. Coltexo plated fpurth last year, being eliminated' by Huber ^Blackfaces of Borger, Because pf a great-pitching staff) the best in the • tournament, Coltexo 1 ruled as Blight favorites Ito cop '.the title 'and ,the $1,000 prlfce rtoney. The Road Runners havi the : hitters but'a ques-* tionable bitching staff; Game time this afternoon will be ,8 o'clock. Locals Hit Freely Fred Brickell/and-his, birds collected 14! bfrigles off- Foy Haddock and Marjager Mulroney. Aided by six error^,''all of-them costly,' the Road Runners coasted to victory behind the! eight hit/pitching of Lee Daney, Jridlan righthander, who had sensational support. • Vic George, Runner- shortstop, took the 1 most sensational piny of the tourtinment iiwa^ from his teammate, A! Summers, wheri he Vent behind : thlrd' in- the third- Inning to I take Jackson's ground scorcher ^nd threw to Summers to force Lowrance at second. He also .hit .a single, double 'and triple. Red Lojvrance, Phillips shortstop, had a "ijittirig and booting" evening. The? little redhflftd rapped out two singles and two doubles on his first four trips to the plate, and Dallas Patton had to make a great running catch to got Lowrance out in the ninth to end the game. Lowrance made twd costly, errors, had four assists, and three put-puts. The Road Runners pulled'a Double steal to -score in the sixth inning which turned into -a comedy.- With, Scaling on -third and Nell on first, with two down, a double steal was called. Francis, "Phillips catcher, threw to Lowranoii at second but he dropped the ball and Scaling'scored, Nell started a dodging game between first and second and before he was finally trappej^ the ball had been PARACHUTE See PE&CY MILLER j --:-. :•;-,' --• ' Make j his , thrilling Parachute :' Jump (his; afternoon. At! The Airport i- : -- •• "?:•--. Plenty pf Them ! J ! handled by the catcher, shortstop, second baseman, first baseman, pitcher* and finally thrown to the shortstop, who made the out. The Road ftunhers opened their barrage in the first inning when George 'tripled to left field after Brickell had gone out. Scaling made an infield out, George holding third. STell then dropped one over third :ase, scoring.George, A Timely - Single Phillips got the run back 1 in her ialf of the inning. Lowrance hit Daney's first pitch over first base for two bases. Jackson and Newnan both were out, on Infield plays, holding lowrance at second. Litterell came through with a timely single over first, scoring Lowrance. Sur- 'ace walked. Clark fanned to end the Inpingi' \ ••'••• " ' • The ^load Runners' were hejd scoreless' 111 th£ seborid, but- came through with six rubs on three hits ah'd three errors in the third. The aits went to Brickell with «'single, Scaling.-a double, and summers a jriple. "^he two extra btise hits were made by daring base/running. The Tampa! nine added ,'three in the iixth, i sending Haddock to the showers and bringing Mulroney in the game, and one in the" seventh. . Mulroney, Scaling;, and; the umpire got into a controversy in the sixth inning, with -Scaling 'finally Winning, with Scaling at bat; Mulroney niade'a- futile 'effort to throw to Sec A pnd. Upori\hiB return to the mound, Soiling stepped out of the box. The drama was repeated several times until 'Umpire vaught 'became exasperated 1 and' called the two players down. Mulrone'y finally pitched and Scaling -hit the ball for two bases, much to Mariager Mulroney's chagrin a ndto the enjoymqnt of the large crowd. •> -, •- , The : other Phillips' run came In the seventh Wter two--men had gone out. Mulroney hit a. double to center and Lowrance followed with his ' second double, 'to • right field. bkson fanned to retired the side. Road Runners AB R H O A 'E Brickell If 5 11 0 0 0 George ss .' 5 8 3 2 5 0 Scaling 3b ...3 2 2 2 3 0 Nell Ib 5 0 2 10 0 0 Patton rf 5 1 1 1 0 0 Seitz cf 4 2 1 2 0 0 Summers 2b 5 1 2 3 3 1 Horton c 5 0 1 7 0 0 Daney p 4 1 1 0 1 0 Totals 41 11 14 27'12 1 PhllHpfr- Lowrance ss 5 1 4 3 4 2 Jackson If 4.Q o o 0 0 Newman Ib 4 Q 0 10 2 0 Litterell rf ....;. 4 02 2 0 1 Surface cf 3 Q > 0 2 0 1 Ciark 2b' 4 01 4 2 1 Francis c ; 4 0 0 3 1 0 Swafford 3b 3 0 0 3 3 0 Beams x 1 0 o' o 0 o Haddock p ....... 2 0 00 3 t Murqney p 2 t 1 0 2 0 BILL FOR TRIBE BOBT6N, 'Sept 1. iff)— Cleveland took a double header from the Boston Red Sox today, scoring a 5 to 4 triumph in the second game after taking the first, 5 to 3. Joe Vosmik, left fielder for the visitor^, starred at bat in the second with a single, double and a home run. First game: Cleveland 000 101 012—5 9 4 Boston ........ 000 010 002—3 13 1 faaWer.'Hildebrand and Phillips; Walbert and H. Ferrel. Second game: /' ' tileVeland ...,.' 121 OOl 000-^-6 10 1 Boston . i.... j. 100 120 000—4 id <Z Pearson, Bri>wn, Hildebrand arid Brenzel; Rhodes, Bowers and R. Ferrell. ' IN DEADLOCK WASHINGTON, Sept. 7. I7P)— After winning the first game '7-4; Washington played the St. Louis Browns to a 4-4 deadlock that finally wjis called In the 10th inning on\account of darkness. First game: - , St. Louis ...... 300 001 000—4 10 4 Washington .. 000 221 20x— 7 10 0 1 Van Atto, Walkup and. Heath; Llnke, Newsome and -Boltbn. Second game: St; Louis .... 101 000 110 0—4 15 0 Washington.. 020 000 020 0—4 11 2 (Called darkness.) Knbtt and 1 Helmsley; Whltehill and Starr, Botow. Totals 36 2; Q 27 17 6 x—Batted for Swafford in, 9th, Score by innings: Road.Runners 106003100—11 Phillips .;. 100 000.100— 2 Summary: Runs batted in— Nel), Utterell, Scaling 3', Summers 3, Horton 2; George. Three • base hits- George, Summers. Twa base hits— Lowranoe 2, Patton, Daney, George, Scaling, Mulroney. Double plays— Swafford to Newman to Swafford, Mulroney to Lowrance to Newman. Stolen bases—Litterell, Seitz. Hit by pitched ball—by Haddock (Scaling) by Mulroney (Scaling), Struck out—by .Daney 7, Mulroney 3. Bases on'b&lls-—off Daney 1, Mulroney •'!. Wild 'Bifxfo—Millroney! 'Hits and* runsi-o<f..Haddock, 9 and 10 in 5 I'-3.innings, off Mulroney, 5 and '1 in 32-8 innings- tains pitcher— Haddock,. Umpires— Vaught and Tate. Time of game—1:40. 'SPLIT DOUBLEHEADEft .NEW; YORK,' Sept 7. W)—The Yankeea and the White Sox split-a doubleheader to wind Up 'their season's affairs today; before a; firowd of 21,739 cash customers,'Chicago won tlie opened.3 to-2 behind t,he.five- hi(i flinging of Ted Lyons, and the Yanks took the second game 5 to 2. - .First iame: -' / Chicago] 020 001 "000—3 8 2 New Yprk,/-;.... 020 000 000—2 5 o Seqpnd game: '••' ' Chicago' 000 QOO OQ2-T.2 9.J) ,.,.., ,,.,,,ftQoj?flQ.;asBfrr§..w.p Bad weather failed to dampen the enthusiasm of payground fans of the west Pampa oilfield Friday night, when nearly 2,000 persons stcvr the Skelly-Schafer team defeat Pampa Drug G to 2 in a well played game. In' a preliminary, the Pampa: Sluggers, girls' team, nosed out the 3kelly team, 9'to 4, De Aun Heis- cell hurled for the winners, with Gee behind the bat. De Long Ditched for Skelly, Beighle recelv- ng. " •• • • A home run by Hays,-' with two men on base, handed'Skelly a lead which was never overcome. • Hays was on the 1 mound and allowed the druggists only five scattered hits. Dyer was behind the bat. Davis'held the slugging oilmen to six, blngles. Sheridan caught the game. ' - '.->••' . The lights at the Skelly-Schafer plant, • seven- miles northwest of Pampa, 'are proving popular. Large crowds attend all'games. 5 Ex-Harvesters . Playing Fpptball For Altus School Five former Harvester football stars are wearing the colors of the Altus Junior college Tigers this year; They are Carl smith, 1934 all state guard, Bill Haner, Buck Mundy,- Miles Marbaugh, and Carmen Howard. The Altus- team will meet the Amarillo Junior college Badgers on Biitler field Saturday afternoon. The , Pampa boys write that they are going to be on hand to break the tradition of Butler field. Even though not wearing the green and gold of Pampa: high, the boys say t^ieyjwill be thinking of past games on t^ie turf of that field. Sryth and Haner are doing great Are Worn I3y BiEULAH MACKEY '..''•'-• "'* \ i at the Cooking School S|ie Says; » , < >'i find VU«»»(iy aWe lor Defeats Pampa Druggists; AMERICAN LEAGUE i. Results Yesterday Detroit 9 r 15, Philadelphia. 7-1. Cleveland 6r5, Boston 3-4. ChWagd 3-2. New York 2-5. St. jLouis 4-4, \v~8shihgton 7-4. (Second game Called 10th, darkness). , •'•'• " ••• •• -' ; i Standings Today teatn-4- W 1 Pfef. Detroit ..: 8S 44 .659 New York 74 53 .583 Cleveland 0$ 62 . .523 Ohlqagp ....• 64 62 .508 Boston, 6j> 67 .492 Washington 54 76 .419 Philadelphia ......... 51 72 .415 St. Louis 51 78 .395 ' Where' They Play Today Cijlc(igo at Boston. St. Louis at Philadelphia. Onrdit' at Washington. Cleveland at Nejw Yprk. NATI0NAIJ LEAGUE Kesu)ta Yesteirday Boston 5, St. Louis 8. Philadelphia 0, Chicago 4. New' York, Cincinnati 4. Pittsburgh 5; Brooklyn. i- Standings Today Team— W St Louis .... ........ 83 Chidago '..........'... 83 New York ..:...., ..... 78 Pittsburgh ..- ........ 17 Bropklyn . . . i ____ •. . . . 58 Ciniilnhatl .......:... 58 Philadelphia ......... 54 Bcstori ..........;... 33 Where They Play Today New Ybrk 4t Pittaburgh. . Brpoklyp at; Cincinnati. Biston at Ohicaeo. Philadelphia at St. Louis, VICTOR TO CLASH WITH SIDNEY WOOD IN ; NEXT ROUND L 47 52 50 58 71 *fO 75 95 Pet. .638 .615 .609 .570 .450 .433 .419 .258 Golf Veterans To Compete in Amarillo Event Four Pampa golf vererans, in age, will compete in the Panhandle Senior golf tournament which will open today over the Amarillo County club course. The tournament will lasl through Tuesday, with qualifying sell for today. The entry fee is and the tournament is ppen to members only. . The Pampa foursome will be composed of C. E. "Dan" " WtcGrew member of the executive committee Grover Austin Sr., O. P. Buckler arid J. M. Dodson. Pampa has several other members but they wil be' unable to compete in the tourney. . • O. T. Nicholson of Shamrock is president of the association,, composed of golfers over 45 years p: age. It is expected that 60 per cent of the 110 members will compete in the opening tournament. work at guard positions and are expected to be in the starting lineup Mundy is playing tackle and has practically clinched a place. Marbaugh has had an infected hanc and has been working lightly Howard is working at the center position, DODGERS BEATEN Harvesters Ineffective As Exes Deal Out 7-0 Beating Watetad Intercepts Pass, Runs 90 Yard FOREST HILLS, N. Y., Sept. 7. IP)— The sun shone today for everybody ..except Big Roderich Menzel. Close to 11,000 spectators all but Illed the huge horseshoe stadium )f the West Side club as the com- jlned men's and women's national ilngles tennis championships were resumed after five days of postponements and curtailed programs. Gregory 8. Mangiii of Newark, N. J.. cut down the world-ranking fceohoslovakian 6-1, 9-7, 0-2. This victory sent Margin into the quarter-final round, where he will meet Sidney B. Wood Jr., and avenged the five-set defeat he Buffered at the hands of Menzel in the same round and on the same court a year ago. Eight matches were plftyed to arlng the men's and ^omen's field up to the quarter-fin(il rotund .one round of eight matches was played In the women's tournament which saw the highly-favored Mrp. S^rah Palfrey Fabyan of Brobkline, Mass., [jressed hard to turn back the challenge by Freda James of England. The scores were 7-5, 5-7, 6-4. The defending titlehojder, Helen Jacobs, made shoit work of Evelyn Dcarman of England, winning 6-2, 6-2. . Tlie winners in the 1 men's tournament besides Mangtn, were Don Budge, Wilmer : Allison, Sidney Wood Jr., and Bryan M. (Bitsy) Grant Jr. Budge, as was expected, beat out his Davis cup teammate, John Van Ryn of Philadelphia: in straight se.ts, 8-6, 6-4, 8-6. Allison eliminated Gene Mako of Los Angeles, 6-2, 6-0, 7-5. Wood disposed of John McDiarmid of Fort Worth, Tex., 6-2, 6-3, 4-6, 6-1, while "Bitsy" Grant triumphed over the intercollegiate, Wilbur Hess, also from Fort Worth, 7-5, 5-7, 8-1, 6-4. The 1935 Harvesters lost a 7 to 0 decision to a bunch of ex-Harvesters In a sluggish scrimmage session Friday afternoon at Harvester field. Minus Red Fanning, who usually calls the signals, the Harvesters failed to click as they did in a crlnimnge against LeFors earlier n the week. Fanning received a racked rib in a tough workout hursday afternoon. One bright feature of the scrimmage was the work of the backfield, hich was handicapped by n line mt failed to get out of the way. The'backfield boys did considerable umbllng but it could bo attributed o the cold. A bad south wind was weeping 1 up the field with numbing ffe<}t. Time after time the back- ield fell over its own line, which ad' the opposition outweighed many, many pounds to the men. The lone touchdown came in the ilrijl quarter when Jack Walstad, enter for the exes, intercepted a •Wildly lobbing pass and ran about 0 yards for a touchdown, with his rother, Archie Lee Walstad. run- ing interference. No Harvester covered" the pass and as a result, tValstad had an almost clear path own the sideline. Most of the Har- esters quit the chase; however, /hubby Stewart raced across the ield and had almost overtaken the all carrier when "Brother Archie" ook him out with a nice block. The team showed up much bct- er defensively, stopping nearly very thrust of the exes through the ine. The work of Nolan, -Brice Green, Gillis, and Stewart was particularly outstanding on the de- 'ense. Brown, Drake, Showers, Woolridge, and Stewart did most of he offensive work, with J. R. Green Hatching a couple of nice passes. Long, hard practice sessions will, continue unabated, Coaches Odus vlitchell and J. C. Prejean said af- er the scrimmage. The Walstad brothers, Sam Tur- PITTSBTTRGH, Sept. 7. (/P)— The Pirates came from behind today to make it three straight over the Brooklyn Dodgers with a 5 to 4 Victory in their final clash of the season. The teams divided the year's 22 games. Brooklyn 120 010 000—4 9 0 Pittsburgh .... 002 003 OOx—5 12 1 Benge and Lopez; Weaver, Bush and Grace. Tribe to Play Tulsa irt First Play-off Game DALLAS, Sept. 7. (/P)— Another season behind them, the four leading teams in the Texas league wil start play Wednesday under the Shaughnessy play-off system. The winner of the play-off wil' meet the Southern Association champions in the annual Dixie series. First round pairings will send the Oklahoma City Indians against theii home state rivals, the Tulsa Oilers while two powerful South Texas teams, the Beaumont Exporters anc the Galveston Buccaneers, contes for a place in the finals. Oklahoma City headed the parade over the full season route. Beaumom was second, Galveston third ant Tulsa fourth, all positions being cinched Friday nght. The first round games next week will be for the best three out of five games. The two surviving clubs then will fight it put over the four- out-of-seven games route for the title. Only these two finalists wil share in the Texas league players end of yie Dixie series pool, NEJWS | Want are CHILLING-THRILLING! See Auto and Motorcycle DEVILS Flirt With Death Park, Tuesday, 8 p. . A Nevr Car Loojping the* Loop! Speeding Cars Cqllidcs Head-On! 100 Foot Autp Broad Jump! , jVJotorcyple Crashing a Burning Wail! ... Other Thrilling Shmta ours of Exciting Entertainment Present*^ gjy "REC" BOBBINS her, Dick SulUiw, Bull Burch, Rice, Brown, Bivins and a few others were in uniform for the exes. They started the game with a few plays drawn on a piece of cardboard which was shoved clown in front Of the quarterback's uniform while he was calling the signals. Edward Scott failed to make the Harvester first string, last year, played end for the exes and looked like Monroe Owens in 3033. He broke through and around and got so many tackles that spectators lost count early-. OALAN WINS FOR CtJBS CHICAGO, Sept. 7. «P>—Augia Gftlnn. whose homers won two of Ihft first three games,.drove In .the first two rims with a fifth ijinirjg tingle an a Bill Lee pitched six-hit shutout ball lo enable the Cubs to defeat Philadelphia 4 to 0 -today nii'cl sweep the four-game series. Philadelphia ... 000 000 000^0 6 1 Chicago 000 201 Olx—4 9 1 Mulraliy, Bivin and Wilson; Lee and O'Den. Read The NEH/VS Want fl>dtl. AT THE COOKING SCHOOL YOU WILL SEE SINGER Let Singer teach you to sew the easy way. When you attend the ccoking school you will see the New Singer Sewing Machine on display. After the school drop in and let us demonstrate. Belter still, let us teach you to sew the Singer way. SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. 214 No, Cuyler Phone 689 HELL RIDE TIRES For Their.... EXTRA SAFETY! EXTRA STRENGTH! EXTRA BLOWOUT-PROOF! IN THEIR DEATH-DEFYING STUNTS AND GRINDING AND GRUELLING STUNTS Pictured above is a new car with standard equipment of Goodyeur tires attoinptine to make a record of a 100 ft. broadjump from a 40 inch ramp—H takes real tires to withstand the gruelling grinds in the thrilling: performances made by "Keg" Ilobblns and his daredevil drivers, What a tribute to the EXTRA STRENGTH—EXTRA SAFETY AND EXTRA BkQWqUT PROOF PROTECTION of the famous Goodyear tires, The?e d»re- dlevjj drivers kflPw fire construction and the value of the Supertwist Cord in every ply and dp npt risk their lives onany hut Goodyear, Tires, > Modern high speed awtonjpbiles and highways demand that you tRQ have the he»t in tires on your cars. Consult your Goodyear dealer now and have h«m over your present tires to a set of Goodyeara—you'll profit by it. Don't Miss This Super Attraction TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. RIDERS"—ROADRUNNER PARK "For Tire or Battery Service P hone U? ^nd Cx>u.nt - _ ^_ __ _ WQRLP FAMOMS

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