Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 19, 1947 · Page 11
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Jam 19, 194? PAGE It Slugging, Versatile Young Thomson Slves Giants Fresh Slant On Life By NEfr MILLS NBA 9iftff Corespondent ::NEW YOBk—It's easy to remem- l*f when the Giants, resting in an Uncomfortable fifth place, started .•to* Winning strekk in St. Louis that fcftrept them to first place while on .tlte road, ;-l*hfet Was when Bobby Thomson was i moved from second base to .center field. Catcher Walker Cooper Sfcys he never saw a recruit who Wfts a better judge of a fly ball. 'Thomson swats a long ball to all flf-lds. He is the nervous type at .bat—up on his toes. His heels are ii0t planted In the dirt until he sWlhgs. Me throws and runs like blazes. .< . /Although Thomson, manufactured 2$ home runs for Jersey City last season, he 1 would Have . been re- i turned to the Little Giants for an- 61'her year of seasoning had not whltey Lockman broke his ankle Irt' a 'spring exhibition game. (Now there. is littlR doubt that Tliomsoft Is lip to stay. The New York club's front office didn't- know it had Thomson tttttil'Charley"Graham, the old catcher 'Who is one of the owners of, the San Francisco club, attempted t() make a deal for him. Thomson Worked out with the Seals and played., semi-professionally in the Boy Area'while serving in the Army Air Forces, with which he put in a two- year hitch.-When Graham saw that ,tyh could not land the boy, he told Giant officials they had quite a .ballplayer. The six-foot two-inch Thomson is:-'a native of Glasgow, but was roared on Staten Island after being brought to this country by his parents When he was two. The Polo Grounders signed him while he was starring for Staten Island's Curtis High. He is also a superlative,soccer player. That was born in him. •Following graduation, and when only 18, Thomson was shipped to Bristol of the Appalachian League, ,tlien to Rocky Mount of the Bi- Statc. He batted .347 for service teams. 'Batting third, Thomson leads off for the Giants' Fearsome Foursome, Itliose following him being Mize, Marshall, and Walker Cooper. Mel Ott still seems to have Thomson in mind for second base, but. the Scotsman is a running-kid who ii^longs in the outfield. With Whi- toy- I/ockman's return in July, he should be shifted to left field. At 23 and single, the handsome Thomson is the darling of the club. .On the breezy side and lighthearted in the clubhouse but spirited i and; very serious on the field, it/was Bobby Thomson more than any; other single factor that put the of life/back into the Giants. Bobby Thomson put the breath of life back into the Giants. (•on Mot .... (rondrlch .... (Jiilf Oil ____ Houston oil .. Int lliirvostur &FKT .SO H; 17 i* u Hi . N 7 Van Am Airw 22 Panhandle I'll :i2 . N'fH (!y ps u in . .Vo Am A viut Olili) Oil r ;yr IS 'It S7 20 \ 88% 20V, nil i ',<• Penney PhHIIps 1'ot Ply in Oil Pure oil .... Kmlin Steel IB 21 ,S SporIs Round-Up BY HUGH FTjXLERTON JR. EETROIT—t/P)—Although .lirnm., Damarct and Claude Harmon arc better than fair heads at crooning little Clarence Dosor, who took the applause irom ihem in the PGA Tournament yesterday, doesn't even ping in the shower, "i have no as- perations in that line," he insisted when the boys asked him about his musical accompiistments. . . Dam- atct and Harmon, who had G'8's to Dosefs 67 on thy links, tuned up their pipes as well as their strokes ior the tourney. Jimmy, via a recording, took part in Bing Crosby's radio .show and Claude, who used to sing; with Bob Crosby's band, grabbed the mike at a local night spot Tuesday evening. . . . P. S. Any of the pros \vill moan, musically or otherwise, when they pet n bad break or two that costs them some tournament cash. OJVOT DIGGING Plum Hollow, in f.jisr you don't. know, is the name of the ritzy K0 )r dub where they're playing the PGA Tournament. . . Bobby Loeko, who nearly got into a jam' lor cleaning Ills ball on (lie preen during the open golf qualifyincr rnuiiils, still rolls it absently in his hand when he, has occasion to pick it up on the green. CLEANING Tin:: CUFF The Lyncbburf?, Va., J u n i o r Chamber of Commerce is protesting to Sam Breaclon because the last- place Cardinal farm club there "is not/ aiding the growth of and development of our city." That ain't half what Sam hears in St. Louis. . . . Loyalty note: The Green Bay Packers recently received this letter from a fan: "Mo nnd my friends want to see UK. Packers play in Milwaukee. There are 18 of us. Here is my check. It's up to you which garni we see." man Coops of Austin. Tex., and Mrs. Rena Parsons and her daughter. Patricia. 14. of Mexico City. Coops ami Parks were en route to Mexico ~)ity. The Parsons were bound for /aredo. Tex. The hymn. Prom Greenland's Icy Mountains." was written in 15 minutes by Bishop Hcber. McCIellan Boat Club Elecis New Officers W. A. Nolancl was rorOrrvtocl commotion- to serve his .sixth t.crm at F, meeting of the members of the McClcllan Lake Boat Club in the Court Room last night. Other officer-- elected v.-cre C. H. Woods, vice commodore and Btrt Howcll, rear commodore. Earl McConnell was re- elpclcil secretary. Plans were >rmclo nnci rules, which will be announced later, were set up for a scries of racing events, the livst to begin at 2:30 Sunday, Julv 13. Other business included the rc- ;rIecUon of the entire Board of Directors and Ui>; appointment of Initiation and Advertizing Committees. Members of the Board: Alv;i Phillip:-;. Roy Br.uifcum. Kn-i Mo'v- e)l. Roy Krctzmeier, and Wfiltei Pyle. Baiger. Advertizing ComnuUfjr: O. H. Wod.s, D. P. Kilf'.o and Earl Mn- Connrll. Tnil.iation CommiUrr-: /\lv;i. Phillips, C.irl Bacr and D. p. Kil<*<>. Jacksonville Tdkes Lone Star Loop Lead By the Associated PITHK The .Jacksonville Jax took over leadership in the Lone Star League today as a result of a thrilling ll-io victory over Loiigvicw. Carney Bean singled with the ba&es full in the ninth to bring the 'Jax victory while Lonpvlcw fell down to second place—seven percentage points behind Jacksonville. There were no other ehange.s in the standings last night ns Tyler clipped Marshall 9-4. lowly Bryan downed Kil?ore fi-0 behind Paul Cook's four-hit pitchim; and Luf- fcin edged Henderson 2-0. Big Spring, Midland Locked in Flag Race .. By the Associated Press Big Spring and Midland stood all-square today in the battle for first place in the Longhorn league. Bis Spring licked Midland 3-1 last night to surge into a tie for the lead with the Indians. Jose Cindan held Midland to three hits. Ballingor clouted Odessa 13-5 and Svv'eetwater clipped Verrwn 14-7 in other games. Sinclnlr ...... Ill Soconv V.'u: . . ,"»L* SPECIALS for FRIDAYS "Cannon" NYLGM HOSE Beautiful shades, medium or lonp length:; — firol quality. Swiss Knii i Larjje Selection, fast colors. 36-inch wide. Values io 53c vd. Eosv to wash; quick drying diapers, */A pair • Men's SPORT SHIRTS Short sleeved in cotton, or rayon. AH sizes. Values to $3.98 Men's Carpenter "Cowden' Union made, 9-oz. liberty stripe denim. Double knees, full cut. Sizes 32 to 42. Boys' Knif jf Short SJeeved. Sizes 2 to 10 isy, Oil el Briefs ''STOCK AVERAGES- Complle.d by Tlie AsMoclutod Press N^t Chaiijjo UNCH A.Ii D.;( UN'CIl Wednesday .. !)().« ;il.i> 41.(i ii:i.:i Prey .Day .. »o.« 31,:! 41.!i «;!.!! Week. Ag-p.. S1I.5 31.0 42.r, U2.8 Month;'.Ago.. 81.1! 28.8 41.1 09.li Year • Affo • ., 10K.2 60.4 51!.!) 80.0 1917. High .. 34.fi SS.5 47.2 (i'J.O !lfM7 Low .. 8:-!.2 '27.T JO.li fiX.5 194IJ Hlgli .. 1JO.C ,fi1.2 56.4 82.4 3946 L.OW .. 82.0 30.» 42.5 5fl,4 : WALL S?REET ' NEW YORK, June 18-*-(/P)—.Stocks enjoyed tncNr best upswing of (lie week In today's market although many txdvaneew "were reduced or eli- mlnfted .befove the close. Rubbers,-farm-Implements and Kome mdtprs and steels-\Veru in moderate demand before noon, and the improve- mdnt was extended later to embrace many.of the rails. Subseijuent profit- taking left quotations well mixed. Dealings quickened on the rise with transfers totaling In tho neighborhood of 000,000 Hhareii. : A.(Siaeable share ol' the day's vol- ,unie wab announced for by Packard Motor our, -which appeared fretiueni- ly on the tape with one block of ;!5,100 shares changing hands at a new 1947 lowK? of 5. American Telopho'ne also touched a new low. Prominent gamers were Goodrich, Goijdyear, -IT. S. Rubber, Youngstown , International Harvester, J. 1. Dome Mines, Me Intyny Porcu. Shell Union Oil, Banta Fe, Southern- Railway, Illinois Central, General Motors, Montgomery Ward, Armour, Pepsi-Cola, Douglas Aircraft, Uriloii Carbide and Allied Chuml- cah' so .so .so .Sun Vex Co Tex Gulf Prod Tex i>ae '('V6 1 Tide \Vat A Oil TS Kulilicr t:S Slcel .... WIT Tel A ., Wool worth 44',:, (17'-'. 20% •I!) 20 48'/. 131.:, r.i-,'5 «»>% I!)':. 4:1% lili "A 20 " •ISli FORT WORTH GRAIN I-'OI!T U'OKTII, June IJi— (/!'; lif.Mt Xo. 1 hard 2.20-2.",. Barley No. 2 No. 2 . Oats Xo. 2 red 9S-9S. Corn No. 2 yellow .white 2.4«-48. Soruhnms No. 2 yellow milo ner 100 ll« 3.27-30. CHICAGO GRAIN CHICAGO, -Juno 18- I/I';— All grains .scored substantial Kains in an active rharkel on the boar dof trade today. l-teuvy ruins overnight In purls of. the midwest created uggivxslve buying- of corn iiud oats, Good cash demand for the yellow grain and n forecast of further rains within the next 2-1 hours added In the buying onthu- slam. In I he spot market corn sold up to $2. IS a bushel. Kxpnrt houses bought wheat, which aided again by yesterday's ent. of new government loan prices. Wheat closed :!'/. to -I cents higher, July $2.1(i'/i-!", corn was 4'J ; ',-l> I /i higher, July $I.!i,-!'/i-'X]. and oats were 2'/i- 3% higher, July 9-1',.'-%. also WHS .iTiintiunce ^ YORK STOCK LIST (By The Associated I'ress) Am-'-'Atr 28 8* Atn,T&a' .... ?'!! 15.VC 11! 14 Anpcoiidu A 2Mr?° n , Cluyt AvlatiCorp .. Beth Steel ... Branfff,: Chrysler ..... Coiit "Slot .... CoKt.',Qll Del Cllftlss. Wright Prqeport (Bulph ' 3 12 52 10 4 49 33 17 1(1 31% 34.14 8% ir,a . CO'/. iiOVt '5'-)!, 83% « 108% 7% 41 4 i,i 42'/j ' 36% i 33V. 78V. 5i/« saw 8% 10U 7',i .10',:. 4% 8% 152 VI 30<!:J 33V4 82% 8% 40% 4!-. Brakes - - Brakes Electric Brakes 12x1% to 1714x7 Trailer House to the Tandem, Soles & Service ; Westinghouse Air ' B. K. ^Yacu.um 8. K. Hydrovac j C Sqles & Service ,; Winches Winch Parts Service & Repairs * QaLion HydroJic jPwmp Gteds and Lifts Truck Frqines or made shorter we yew » new one, •7 FORT WORTH LIVESTOCK KOI IT WORTH, .Tune 18— IA>>— -Ot(lo G,5W); calves 2,200; gooil and rhfikre islutiKhter steers and yearlings 2n.(Ul-a-l.6(i; cummdii to medium Icliicls U.OU-lti.pO; Kooil fat cows 1G. 00-17.50; (•'million ' to mrcllum 1 l.00-in.."0; Idills lO.nii-JB.SO. pood and choice fat calves I8.fili-22.ri0: common to medium calves 12.iO-lS.00; most Mloi-kcr and feeder steers, yearlings and calvi/s 14.0021.00; ono load strictly fancy calves topped at 22.50; alocker cows 10.0013.50. Hogs 700; good and choice tSO-270 Ib liiitchers lopped at 2'l.f>0; flood and clioice 280-400 11) 20.00-23.00; sows mostly l.n.00-, r )0; good and choice 280- ^OO.lb 20.00-23.00; sows mostly 10.0050- few to 20.00; stacker pigs 15.0023.00. KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK KANSAS CITY,- .liuio IS— (/P) ..... (US- nA)— Catllu 4800; calves 800; «ood and I'holce slaughter steers, heifers and mixed yearllng.s iK'tlvc, stroiiB' to mostl.\' 25 higher; lower grades nu,sll>' steady; yood cows scarce, steady; hulls Hiui . \'calcrs .steady l)til otillet narrow for medium and barely pood 'weighty calves; stockers scarce, prices about ' steady ; run of beef steers and yearliniis about normal; bulk steers comprised wood and choice yrado sell- ins- 26.00-27.00; several loads Ions yearliiifi-.s and stronger weights 27.50- 2X.OO; most g-ood and choice heifers and mixed 24.00-2U.2r); heifers at 2H.OO; medium and low j\-ood yoarliiiKS IS.50- 23.!in; miMtlum and good veulei'H largely IS. 00-2!!. ">0; medium and good mock rows -In odd lots 12.00-14.00; cows and ciilVeh' l;'r. 00-75. . Hosvs 2500; faii-ly active on 210 Ib and down, steady Io 2." lower 1 than Tuesdays averag-o; hea\'ior \V'.'iH'hts slow with most bids 25-50 lower; top 25.00; Kood and choice 170-210 Ib 24.f>0-X">: sows mostly lS.7a-l!t.50; several lots sU'o'iK weight feeders 25.0025. NEW ORLEANS FUTURES .N'KW OltLRANS, June 18— <fP}~ t'otton futures advanced hero today on trade buying' and heavy short covering. Closing- prices were very steady, $r.S5 to $2.10 n hale, higher. The main reasons for the demand were fuvoivhie textile reports, and 'claims that boll weevil irn'oslaHtm Mississippi and South in Close :tli.G3-fi4 'St.76-79 30.GO-K8 2H.09B 29.41 was heavy Carolina. Open IJItrh I^ow ,riy .. .;iii.;t;i ne.71 :i«.2S Oct ... ai.4S 31.88 31.41 Dec ... ;!0,2« :!0.«S - 80.21 Mcii ... 8».(i2 2n.!j2 aa.st •May • 29.OS • 29.45 29.OS B—Bid. NEW ORLEANS COTTON NKW OHLKANS, June 18—(fl 3 )—Spot cotton closed stead v, $1.25 a bale higher. Sales 157. IAJW middling a2.75; middling 87.75; Good middling 3S.35. Ueceipts 1,408, Styclt 104,711. eHICAGQ~PRODyCE CHICAGO, June IS— UP)— (USDA)— Potatoes: supplies moderate demand ijarood; market .stronger; Aluuania bliss triumps $,l.(jO washed; Arizona bliss triumphs $4.70-4.85 washed. Poatluus $4.50, long whites $4.25-4.'JO; California long whites $4,25-4.50 washed 1 Arkansas "Us ' strlumphs $3.SO unwashed; Louisuuiu bliss tt-iuwplis $.350 unwashed' (all V. S. No. 1 quality). Four U* I, Citizens Injured in Mexico ' TAMPICC). ^Jexicpr-^WK-Four U. JS. citteeiwk 'including'. tyq ti'OMi &P- tln. Tex- tjw&y were recovering from ijiluriss received in a two-w colU?ion on the fan-American Highway n,^v a Wfixto 4uring 9. Nibfets Who!e Kerne! 12-oz. can Fresh Yellow 3 ears FOLGER Head Lettuce Grapefruit Large, Crisp Each ORANGES California New Crop UPTON'S Mb box

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