Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on September 13, 1935 · Page 6
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TftE fAMPA f)A!L¥ NEWS, Pampa, Texas Pampa Phillips Called Surprise Team of Tourney Bits of this and that from the Paftipa Junior chamber of commerce baseball tournament just ended: Biggest surphise club—Phillips of Pfttnpa. Biggest surprise player— Lefty WlnMer, pitcher for Philllps-Pampa. Most amazing turn of events— Coltexo of LeFors scoring six runs In the 10th Inning to defeat Huber of Borger. Most sensational play — Vic George's one-handed stab and throw to second. Best baserunner—Brickell, Road Runners. Most improved club—Coltexo Gas of LeFors, fourth last year, first now. Unlucklest club—Phillips of Pampa and Coltexo carbon. Both had gafheS ''w<Sn'' And lost tfifm the fact that'pitehe'rs had tul records. Unluckiest player—Cemmons, Col- texo Carbon. Longest hit—Melear, Coltexo-Car- bon. Most popular player—Al Summers, Road Runners. Noisiest player—Tank Horton, Road Runners (defending champion). Noisiest fan—Hooks Richardson. Player hit by ^tnost pitched balls —Scaling, Road Runners, 4 times. Player drawing most walks—Scaling, Road Runners, 7. Most times at bat—Brickell, Road Runners, 37. Most runs—Nell and Brickell, Road Runners, 8. Most base hits—Nell, Road Runners, 17. Most bases—Nell, 20. Most luns batted in—Nell, Pattern and Summers, Road Runners, 9 each. ' Best batting average— Littrell, Phlllips-Borger, .600. Leading pitcher—Parker, Coltexo Gas, 3 wins and no losses. Sports Roundup By EDDIE BRIETZ Associated Press Sports Writer SPECULATOR, N. Y., Sept. 13. (ff) —What impresses you most about Max Baer's come-back efforts is his endurance ... it used to be he was only good for about a minute and a half of fighting in each round . . . now he can step the entire three minutes at full speed . . . And he has been doing that for nine and ten rounds ... he thinks he'll dispose of Joe Louis much sooner than that ... no wonder Manager Ancil Hoffman beams as he motors up and down the country roads. Max's camp is ideal ... it is far back in the woods, abcut five miles from the village . . . once daily Max motors Into Speculator for his public workout . . . then he is hustled back to the simple life . . . the rest of the time he is isolated with only his parents, Mr. find Mrs. ftoff- man, and trainer lazy Kline as company . . . Mrs. Max is at a cottage in Speculator ... she usually motors out to the camp to have dinner with her husband . . . then right back to town. There isn't even a radio in the forest retreat... Max asked for one but Hoffman turned him down . . . so every time a visitor arrives with a radio in his car, Max deserts his gues*ts to sit in the car and listen to popular music until the visitor departs . . . Hoffman says his former unruly charge is being a good boy . . . he hasn't been off the reservation, at night since camp was pitched . . . just the same, Popper Baer is taking no chances. . . he carefully hides the oars every night and sleeps with the auto key under his pillow. Max turns out at 6 a. m. and with Izzy Kline does six miles of roadwork around the lake. . . Then he breakfasts, puts in two hours of wood chopping and goes canoeing ... lunch is followed by a nap, then the workout in Speculator and ALLISON CONFOUNDS CRITICS AND THEIR FAVORED RANKINGS FOREST HILLS, N. Y., Sept. 13. (/P)—For years they've been calling Wllmer Allison the "tumbling Texan." But he stayed on his feet thru- out the 54th men's National singles tennis championship and today, with his feet still hugging the ground, he stands as king of American courts. Allison gained the championship yesterday when he submitted Sidney B. Wood. Jr., of New York to a decisive straight set defeat with the loss of only seven games. After the way Allison dethroned . Fred Perry of England on Thursday few anticipated he would have any trouble getting by his Davis cup teammate. He didn't. Allison's victory in straight sets, 6-2 ,6-2, 6-3, will go down on the dinner at 5 p. m. 9 o'clock sharp. . . Bedtime Is Ail Star team records not only as one of the most popular, coming as it did after more than ten years of Intensive", campaigning, but it ever will be a memorable one its he triumphed in the first joint holding cf the men's and women's championships. To say thnt A1U on's triumph was thoroughly urrxpcct'd is putting It mildly. As No. 1 plnys: he was accorded the honor cf topping the seeded Americans. Thnt honor rightfully belonged t: red-headed Don j Budge who wa« ruch a sensation at I Wimbledon thh slimmer. But there was little balm In the honor for the Tcvan. He was drawn In the same bracket as Perry along with Enrique Main- of Snaln. Frank Shields and Frank Parker. Budge topped the opposits bracket with npaprontly c'.ea- .<,ailin<? to the final. He didn't get beycnd the quarterfinal due to the grnnite-like figure First base—N>li, Road Runners, Huffman. Coltexo Gas (tied). Sec:nds base—Summers, Road Runner?. Shovtstop—George, Road Runners. Thlicl base—Hale, Coltexo Gas. Lift field—Brickell, Road Runners. Center field—Seitz, Road Runners, Surface, Philllps-Borger (tied). Right field—Moore, Hiiber. that's Bltsy Grant. The perferred spot drawn by Budge rankled inside of Allison. He showed and spoke his displeasure publicly. As It turned out Wllmer didn't need the breaks. He passed cvc'y cppcnent with the exception of Henry Culley in straight sets. His title-triumph means he's re- t.Mn ths No. 1 rating and will be invited again to rally for Uncle Sam in his quest of the Davis cup. f titt Horton/ tttcM. Daney. Road ttumterfe, her, -Winkter, ' Utility infielder— lips-Borger". • „ Utility outfielder — Coltexo Gas. Note— The team was selected by a • group of baseball fans wHo witnessed most of the games' played during the tournament. Votes cast were totaled with the 1 above result. - ^.n - ' Credit Bociy to ' Meet on Monday A third regular meeting of the Pampa Credit association will be hefcl Monday in the form of .' a luncheon at the Schneider hotel. Reservations of those who expected to attend are desired by Saturday noon by Walter J. Dffugherty, secretary. Plates will be BO cents each. Travis C. Lively is president of the association. MOON ROSE OATS MOON ROSE Choice of Platonite Cup and Saucer, Bowl, Tumbler, Dish, etc. in Every Box New 'Process LARGE BOX 24 t&A V O G «$#£ v c/ -^ OMESUPPL GROCERY & MARKET PEAS, PORK & BEANS, ®ARROT§, LIMA BEANS 5° CHOICE NO. 1 SIZE FINEST BRAND Meat & Produce Prices are for Friday Afternoon, Saturday and Monday only. We Reserve the right to limit quantities of all purchases. OXYDOL For General Household Use BCX22c SOAP FOE ALL THIS WEEK! GIANT SIZE P. & G. BARS Armour's Balloon Goes Further 5 LB. BOX Lighthouse Lightens House Work 3 CANS FOR PACKARD'S *; BEST FLOUR "LIGHT AS A FEATHER" Use 43 Ibs. out of a sack of Packard Best and If you don't say it's the BEST flour you ever used, return the remaining 5 Ibs. and get your money back. 48 i; $1.95 24 PLAINS DELIGHT FLOUR THE FAMILY FLOUR EVERY SACK FULLY GUARANTEED 4RLB.<M«| TUsACKij) I B UU POSTTOASTIES Or POST BRAN THE NATION'S BREAKFAST cdiseo The Digestible Shortening For AH Purposes V CAN No. Z'A Fancy First Grade in Heavy Syrup CAN23c VANILLA WAFERS = LB.i4fi IPRSHMALLOWSSPLB.14c Fancy California Beechnuts Large Golden Ripe Fruit Large Original BUNCH U. S. No. 1 Red or White 'Large Size Juicy California Large Firm, Crisp & Green No. 2 Finest Brand Good Quality FINEST CORN FED BEEF uality Meats FRESH & CURED PORK KELLOGG'S CEREALS Corn Flakes Rice Krispies Wheat Krispies Or Pep CHOICE Fresh Sailed, 1 Konstcd fresh for JL us twice a week 2 G Something Different. Delicious No. Z'A Fancy Snow White Finest Brand CAN 9c Large Fresh Assortment IT'S CANNING Full No. 3 Standard New Pack CANS FOR COFFEE Break o' Morn In the Bag LB. BROOMS A 4-TIE GOOD SWEEPER 100% New Crop Broom Corn BACKBONES CERTO FOR JELLY EACH LEAN & MEATY FRESH, NOT FROZEN 29e IE JARS Regular Ball Glass Top DOZ. PTS. . Pure Apple Cider in (he Bulk. Bring your own container GAL. 25c No. Z'A Fancy Like Brand CAN9c SLICED BACON S ROAST Fancy Center Cut Baby Beef Chuck COFFEE FOLGERS MOUNTAIN GROWN Plain or Drip Grind SARDINES Regular flat size in American oil CANS FOR KRAUT No. 2 Mi fancy 1st grade. Fine for Welners L FOR ISO P'N. BUTTER ARMOUR'S HELMET BRAND OT. I PT. 33c 19c FRESH, NOT FROZEN END CUTS SMALL TONGUES TO FICKLE AND HEARTS, FINE TO STUFF LB. ROAST Choice Cut Arm from Baby Feef STEAK Choice Cut Round from Fancy Beef CARNATION From Cou tented Cows 6 Sm or Smai;*Tall Potato Salad MATCHES Full Count. These Will Strike SCARTON 230 SPAGHETTI :No. Z fall Finest 'Brand Cooked CAN9c TOILET SOAP Hard BARSc 1 c FRYERS YES SIB . « • The Creaiu of the Home Grown and Not Coop Stale — Dressed and Drawn FREE. put up Bjeady for ffhe l«»n If You Like. Coop Stale — ^^^ ^^^ ^^^W ^^^^ ^w ^^^^M ^^|^r W Baby Beef Plate Rib RF.GULAR KERB OR BALL IB. 29k PINTO BEANS Not Frozen Shank 1/2 Only NEW CROP RECLEANED THESE WILL COOK Royal in all Favorite Fruit Flavors The Sowth's Favorite Salad Dressing FIRST GRADE IN SOLID MOLDS JUICE 11 CORN MEAL CHURCH'S CONCORD , .'-.•. QT- FANCY FRESH CREAM DEGERMINATED NORTHERN TISSUE ZTTT^- " :."-" ;:' " ^i.-.-L '.J.."-.'* TONGUES 1C 2 29- BOX 6c 0T.34* LB.15ic IB. 24k

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