Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 19, 1947 · Page 10
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 10

Pampa, Texas
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Thursday, June 19, 1947
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ckwell Termed fop of National League Associnterl Press > * EWfell dtackttell's no-hitter against e Soston Braves has established i- Wife lanky Cincinnati side arm artist "fes the No. 1 pitcher in the Na- JUonal League. « .Half way to his announced goal tot 20 Wins in his second major league season, the rangy righthand- (Cf from San Dimas, Calif., has etch- t!Q his name on the honor roll along %lth the other pitching greats. Most of the righthnndcd hitters in the league would name "Blacky" ns their toughest problem because his sinking side-wheel delivery is oil top of them before they know what is coming. Yet. Insl- nifjlil, Boston's Billy South worth threw ;i heavily leflhandrd hadim'. order Against him and I lie refills were the same. Cf BlackwclPs 10 uins. I!if las! eight have be-on racked up in snc- 1-2 games out of first place. _ Brooklyn disposed of Chicago. 5-3 in a day game on the strength of Rooki? Catcher Gil Hodge's first Major League homer. The Boston Red Sox kept the folks up late for their second home night game, going 15 innings in a four hour and 20 minute struggle before they subdued the Sti Louis Browns. 6-5, their -eighth straight victory. The Brownies broke :\ 1-1 tic "with a score in Ihe eii'.hth only to have Boston match it. St. Louis eol- lec'od one in the I3th on Billy! Greenville Majors Plan id Continue Leading Big State By the Associated Press The Greenville Majors are leading the Big State laeague and the way they're going it looks like they plan to stay up there. Last night they clouted Waco 11-1 while Wichita Falls was edging into second place by nosing out Texarkana 7-6. So today, the Majors boast a two-game lead oven the Spudclcrs. Sherman licked hapless Austin in a double-header. 5-2 and 6-5, and GainM'ille von over Paris 5-3. Jcciic Phipps pitched a sevcn- i hitter as Greenville * slaughtered Hitchcock's homer but the'sox lied j ^aco. with Gibby Brack leading n n f in nnd tll ey each ,a,,icd twice| ^ M ^^ M a ho.ner in 11 u '''• i I he seven Hi to lop off a MR Wichita The Rox closed to wiUiin » half Pa n.s inning- as the Spudders tallied ' ' ' " "" five times for victory over Tex- ari:ana. aTS Page 10 Pampa News, Thursday, June 19, 1947 Three Clubs Arrive at Denver for Western College Baseball Series nf the idle league-leading New Turk Yankees. Rain washed ovit (he Philadelphla- cesslon. He is the onlv pitcher in) nelroit, and New York-Chicago day •'' Ihe Majors fo have defeated every other club in th' 1 lear.m; at leusl once. The loss dropped Boston mil nf the National League lend. piTinil.- tlng the New York Oiants to sqii'M'/.e out front by a nutirijt oi sis percentage points on tlieir aftfi'ii'ion. 12-5 romp over Pillsbnrch. Those St. Louis Cardinal:; continued their iiendlonu d:ish tmvuni 'the first division, piillinu to within one game of the coveted .!">()() circel by a 5-L' e-.lte over .Phil:'.- 'delphia, their seventh straifjlit win. Terry Moore's second homer of the|^ x '-' ; s i' year helped solidity Al Bnt/.h-V ' ""'"'"•'' sixth win. cnmiiir.: a! the expense o.f winless Osrar Judci's sevcndi straight loss. As a result oi their success, the Cards now are onlv 4 Gene Hodges lofted n homer with a runner on base in thh last of the Cleveland clubbed SidjnindT to j;ive Oninsville a thrilling Hiulsnn nntl Mickey Haefner for M Viits ;iml :i !i-H lopsided edge over Washington. MAJOR LEAGUE LEADERS ii'.y Tii,- A. --iM-inirii I'I-IM."> i-. \.-iv l-.-l^ll l-l .' LEAGUE . Si. l.niii NATIONAL One tanker ol gasoline is cnou;;h m tlrixv :i(!00 ,niloinol)iles lor a \,-!io!e vear a I. the normal rale. '.vin over Paris' Red Peppers. Al l.eedy pitched Sherman to the deoisinn on the first game and the twins spiked the pan with the \vin- ninp; run in (lie ninth innip of the oj),| ,. a p ns siierma swept the double bill with Austin. Ray Tnylor sidled in the deciding run of the after- piece. 7 '1 1C f .j u | js pj ny |J K , iSanin tonight w j t ), Sherman at Austin. Paris ns Gainesville. Texarkana at, Wichita Falls and Greenville at Waco. __ jgt ____ ___ ___ ____ - ____ _______ ____ ..._„_.The poor, of the Par East, sugar country chew sugar cane to get (lie sugar requirements of their diet. Value ol' the :?10,C24 church edi- lices in Ui' 1 (Jnitccl States is placed at S3,839,')00,G10. DENVER—(/P)—Three of the four Western teams entered in college baseball's first "World Series'' were in town today, hopeful that the •skies over "High and Dry" Colorado would stop dripping long enough for a prc-tournament workout. California's Golden Bears, champions or the Pacific Coast, and the Oklah-m •. Sooncrs. conquerors of the Big Six—Missouri Valley territory, arrived yesterday but found Denver's Western League Park too sloppy for use. A lunruip ejnmn the Denver Pioneers plpnncd with n local independent team also was rained out,. The Texas LoiiRhorns, champions of tho Southwest, Conference, are clue today. California and Texas were solid favorites to win tomorrow's first- lound games in the western phase of the National Collef.riale Athletic Association'.'; first, nationnl chfim- pionship baseball pla\offs. Texas mcotr, Glclahoma fit G p.m. (CSTi in a renewal of one of the Sculhwestern section's hotter ath- iclic rivalries and California plays Denver at 11:15 p.m. A cloublehead- cr for the consolation prize and the championship will start at 7:15 p.m. Saturday. The wilier 01 the western tournament and the survivor of a similar Red & White Foad Stores Bed & White Food Stores Large box LAUNDRY, Crystal White, 2 bars . . . . COFFEE Del Monte Lb. jar Gerbcr's 3 cans Red & White 1-lb. jar ... Large box PALMOLIVE 3 reg. bars . Starkist per can Hormel, Without Beans, 1-lb. can Puss 'N Boots per can .... Red and While 3 cans Calif. Long White Red & While 2 46 oz. cans eastern elimination this weekend at New Haven, Conn., will clash at Kalanmoo, Mich., one week later for the national college title. Scouts for every major league team were reported on hand. Some of the players scheduled for closest H-.vutiny will be Bobby Layne, the Texas pitching sensation; Virg Butler. California's left-handed curve- btillcr; two hard hitting outfielders. John Fi.scalini of California and Ken Jastrow of Denver. The spectacular Jjaync, who hasn't been beaten in the tough Southwest conference in three seasons, is scheduled to start, on the mound for Texas, opposing him will be Jack Vencable, who pitched Oklahoma into the title round by whipping Oklahoma A. and M. in a district pl:iyoff,0-2. Veneablc handed Texas its only defeat in college play last season. _ Red Morton Joins Baltimore Colts BALTIMORE—</P) — The Baltimore Colts announced today the signing of Emilc Fritz, guard from the University of Maryland, and Orman (Red) Horton. halfback from the University of Texas. Horton. 195. joined the professional ranks with the Salt Lake City Seagulls last fall after playing for Dana X. Bible at Texas. f ^ exas League Lead With 84 Win Over Ms (By The Associated Press) Houston, currently holding down top position in the Texas baseball league, is playing like a leader now. The Buffaloes swamped Dallas 8-1 on the Rebels' home field last night to take the series and place another prop under their peak position In the circuit. ballas was never in the ball game. The Buffs grabbed a two-run lead in the. third and went right oh to build it into a smashing victory over their Texas counsins. The Buffs clouted 13 hits off Southpaw Quentin Altizer while Al Papai's knuckleball offerings stymied the Rebs. As a result of the loss, Dallas ropped to eight games behind the pacemakers. In other contests, Oklahoma City downed Beaumont 5-2. Fort Worth squeezed out a 2-1 win over San Antonio and Shreveport blasted Tulsa 6-1. In scalping Beaumont, the rejuvenated tribo of Indians netted its 'fourth win in five starts. Oklahoma 'Oily came from behind in the fourth when Beans Marioncttl hit a double with the bases loaded. Lyman Linde, going all the way for the Indians, hurled four-hit'..ball for his seventh victory of the season. A sparkling pitching duel between Wlllard RaniRdell of Fort Worth and John Miller of Sail An- 'tonio marked a close win for the Cats at Fort Worth. Knuckle-ball iartist Ramsdell allowed only three hits, no bases on balls'and struck' out six to register his ninth triumph pf the year. At Tulsa, the Shreveport Sports ended the Oilers' six-game winning streak by taking the final game of the series, 6-1. Ralph Harnncr, hurl- ing for the Sports, was an iron man in the clutches. He allowed eight hits, but kept them well spaced. Nick Gregory and Al Mazure pounded out homers for the visitors. Incidentally, it was the first time in nine games that Tulsa sec- and baseman Jack Cassini failed to steal a base. Dallas and Shreveport will take a breather tonight, but they'll be at it tomorrow night, playing a doubleheader on the Rebels home diamond. San Antonio will start a series tonight at Oklahoma City, Beaumont will be at Fort Worth and Houston will play at Tulsa. National Soaring Meet Is Se^fo Open July 4 WICHITA FALLS—MV- Entries will be sent to the 14th Annual National Soaring Meeting opening here July 4, by both France and England. Charles i King, co-director of the soaring meet, said he received a letter from the British Embassy, saying that Great Britain would send five pilots, including a woman. Naomi Allen. Another letter, received from Col. William L. Breyton. air attache of the French Embassy hi Washington, said Franco was entering four-glider pilots and four sailplanes. Approximately 100 entries in all are expected by tournament officials. First stretch of concrete highway in the United Stater- was laid ctt Bellfontaine, Ohio, in 18P3. HOW THEY STAND WT-fcM LEAGUE Yesterday's Results Amarilln 3. Liihbock 4. Border 1, liamesa 8. Alh>iqueiv|ue at Pampa (Rain) Clovis at Abilene (Rain). STANDINGS Tram \V \i Liihbock 4J JG Am.'irillo US Lampsa 31 r.impn 2H Borgnr 2ri Albnemprqiio .... 23 Abiletid ; 23 Clovis 12 Today's Schedule Albuquerque at Pampa. Amarlllo at Lubbock. Bors-nr nt Larnesa. Clovis at Abilene. IK 23 UK SO 31 30 43 Pet. .719 .7W4 .574 .469 .455 .42G .•184 .218 qfl 8V4 ' n >!* 26 ' TEXAS LEAGUE Yesterday's Results Itnilslort S, Dallas 1. . Oklalinnm City 5, Beaumont 2. 1''oH Worth 2, San Antonio 1. IIo\INtotl Forl \ . . Dallas ' Hen u mnn I Tnlsn Oklahoma Cily San Aiilonln . . STANCMNGS ....42 23 •::::!! II ... M 3» .... .1.1 Si .12 28 28 37 39 43 .646 .5fil .f.52 .522 .471 .•1B4 .418 .377 AMERICAN LEAGUE New Yni'lt IMriill rMpvolini'1 31 M '^1 S3 27 22 2r. 21 23 22 2.1 22 vii 27 3) , .540 .511 .509 .44H .44B .404 15 13 3»f 6$ 9 NATIONAL LEAGUE 29 21 .6?0 .. :i! 2?> .r,7'l 211 2t .5-17 HfniiUiyn 21' 25 .f.37 HI. tjo'ul." 27 2S .<l!)l filieiiiniUl 27 30 .174 PlillJiclnluliii 21 .'"I .421 I'lMslHil-iTli 20 32 ,38» The Mongolian planes have 600- timcs as many cornels as the Sahara dcsert... .. . ....,_ ..:..-,>, PARDON Light Crust Coiiif, VoJencSas CABBAGE, Medium firm heads, Ib Fresh, Yellow Hybrid 6 ears (keen Beans2 C NoTc«is M Red & White, Whole Kernel Golden, 2 Ho, 2 cans Red I White, Fancy 2 Sieve Ho. I can Sugaripe, Large Mb. box Marco 14~oz. bottle Red & White, 46-oz. can Van Game's 2 cans Venice Maid No. 2 can Sunspun pt. Starr 1-lb. jar Clabber Girl 25c size 93,^ Brimfull Halves in Syrup, No. 2 ] /2 can E % T JpQL K mix flu , End Cuts Per Ib. Per Ib. Per Ibv Skinless HAMBURGER Per Ib. 320 N. West, Pampa, Texas Cox (grocery & Market 1818 Alcock, Borger Highway Tkse Prices Good at the Following Red & White Food Stores George Adamie Grocery Phillips Plaut, Route 2 Lane Grocery 837 S, Sliced End Cuts, Ib. Hamburger, Ib. Fresh Dressed Hens & Frye Fresh Fish carton Salad 46-oz. can BLACKBERRIES 7-or. pkg. Italian Prunes No. 10 can Del Monie Coffee Lipion Tea 1-4 Ib. pkg. 23 C Paper Napkins Large pkg. Waxed Paper COR Golden Bantam, 3 ears PINEAPPLE Fresh, each RADISHES 3 bunches: ORANGES Californi 318 N. Cuyler Always Bight 'f..t::;. :

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