The Paris News from Paris, Texas on October 9, 1960 · Page 11
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1 -r -.•.'•I; GOLF DRIVING RANGE — A new golf driving range is being opened at one o'clock today by the members of the Paris Works Management Club of Babcock and VVilcock in Paris. The range, located on 19th SW, will be open to the public. Clubs must be furnished by the golfers. Hours are 2 to 6 p. m. weekdays, 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. on Saturdays, and 1 to 5 p. m. on Sundays. G. H. Griffin will be on duty. Magazine Tells How To Dress Deer, F!sh AUSTIN — If you don't know how to dress out a buck of fillet a fish, then you'll be interested in the October issue of the Texas Game and Fish Magazine, This is the official publication of the Game and Fish Commission, and carries information about the work of the game department in all areas. The method of dressing a d « er ij fully illustrated in line drawings, showing all steps to be taken in field dressing and finally cutting out the animal for the freezer. The drawings were niade by Nancy McGowan, staff artist for the magazine. The direction.i for filleting trout were prepared by Roy Swann, outdoors editor of the Corpus Christ! Caller-Times. Ha photograp h e d each step to show just how to clean a trout to the best advantage. Other articles in the October issue include a story by J. Frank Dobie on the paisano bird; a picture story on the total fish kill on Lake Swectwater, and pictures from the white-wing dove hunt in the Rio Grande, valley area. THE PARIS NEWS,; SUNDAY, OCT. *, 1MO —*-*fl BOWLING REPORT By BOB SHORT WEEK'S BOWLING RESULTS SINCE THE ORGANIZATION of bowling in the Physical Training Classes at Paris Junior College we have found that we linvc some real top bowlers among the students. We have had two teams enter league play from the college students and the Bowen Express team which is comprised of students is leading their league at this time. THE LADIES WEDNESDAY Morning class continues to grow and they are receiving top instruction from Cecil Phillips of Texarkana in this class and much improvement Is being shown. A NEW BOWLER to Paris Lanes is Joe Gibson from McKinney Joe is carrying a 184 average in four leagues in McKinney at this time and should give some real stiff competition here. GORDON YOUNG and SusJc Emerson came through with top fames in the Wednesday night Night Hawk league and the Bowl erina League. Gordon had a high game of 182 andSusie had a 169. This is good bowling as you well know. RED BALL MOTOR FREIGHT entered a team lit league and will prove real competition. Also in you will find a top team comprised in the Friday this leacu Bovsden and Lloyc of Rev. Moseck from the Lutheran Church. They are giving the other team a rr for their money in leagues. BOWLING TIP — If you will keep your approach slow then yoi have time 10 coordinate your right arm and delivery of the ball. 1 you make a fast approach then you will out of habit lake a Ion ifl^L slop which will throw you off on your delivery. Your left too should finish at the foul line in line with the center dot wt. th foul line. Your hall should roll off your finger tips. CLASSIC SCRATCH LEAGUE Paris Lanes blanked Parisian Barb e r iliop 3-0 as Terry Leeale set R hot pace •Ith a 2-C! gnme and a 586 series, Buddy armner led Ills Clipper!, with a 224 game :ici « 482 series. Premier Oil shut oul Johnbon Title 3-0 wilh Andy Smith leading the way with a Ifl game, and n 585 series. Cr.dl Ph I I 1 Ips ptl his (cam with a 510 series while Joe Davenport had the high (fame at 175. Southern Paper Box rolled over Trans- American Foods by a 3-0 count. R. C. Itran-n led (he boxers with a 515 seXes nnd McAteer had n 203 game. Jerry Mantooth paced the food team with a 171 game and a 1 series. Security 1st National Bank of Hugo slipped by Blaret Oil 2-1. Buddy Seaslcy paced he Bankers with R 2W Kame and a 532 series, and Curl Coker led the oilers with a 551 series and a 193 came. WOMEN'S NT TRAVKLKH5 Paris Lanes team, comprised of Wllma Bailey. Dorothy Brown. K»y Methven. Opal Fltzserald. Sunny Ward and Ruth Sclsrro. Is lied for first place In league play. Paris won two from Denlon'6 H o 11- dny Lanes ai'.d two games from Denison's Toxoma Bowl In their la.it outins. Tbl t team bowle two series or six game on the second Sunday of each month at a different bowlins establishment each time. Opal Fllzgerald led the Parisians against Holiday Land* wllh a 172 and t 464 series. V.'llirm Bailey led the team against Texoma Bowl with a 13S game and S13 series. Next scheduled match Is October 16 at Gainesville's 77 Bowl. BOWLKR1NA LEAGUE 271 Drive In Theater planied Margraves' Pill Rollers 3-0, Collegiate Ehoppe won 3-1 nver KPLT. Westlnghouse posted a !-l edfce over Independents. Mac Stinson had the h!r,h same with a 168 mid tied iCllh Opal l-'itiKcrnld of Westiughouse for the h 1 g li series wlili n total of 3.025 pins. FRIDAY NIGHT LEAGUE Tom's Products bested Industrial Towels 3-1. B. Nelson posted a 190 Kame and a 512 series, including one game with til spares. Leonard Bra'.cher paced Tom's with a 197 game and a 536 series. Flc.vO-Llle clowned Oak Farms 2-1. Foster had a 1B2 (Tame and Mickey McDowra had n 499 series. Curtis Hensley bowled a 179 Kame and R 51B series for Oak Farms. Paris Concrete bowled over Red Ball Freisht S-0. Clarence Armstrong led the winners with'a 194 game and a 518 series. Barton led the freighters with a H3 game and R 37? average. Paris Music Co.. trimmed Burtnim-Wool- Mon Cnevrolet 2-1. Terry Lfitaie bowled a 189 camp and a 522 series for the winners. Harry Woolston led his • team with a 147 game and a 434 series. Lutheran Church whitewashed Hollywood 'V-ette 3-0. Lloyd Meser.k posted a fine 22.1 Borne and SeeltKer a 556 series for the churchmen. Dees had a 1« game and 372 series for Hollywood. SUNDOWN" LEAGUE Texas Power and Light won 3.0 over Harold Bodies Insurance. Tom ThrsKh's team won 3-0 on a default over KFTV. Anderson-Thompson-Few Realtors blanked Southern Cleaners. Redus Radiator Shop defeated Texas Power and Light No. 2 by a 2-1 decision. Elf Perry. Harry Hubbard nnd Chnrles Partman are leading the league in that order. NIGHT SHIFT LEAGUE Green's Electric beat Cox Furniture M. Gene McLarty had R 518 series and Billy Burnett a 193 game for the electricians. JacV: Dnbbs hud a 427 series and n 176 game for Cox. Southern Paper Box won 2-1 over Flip's Welding Shop. Leo Novnck bowled a ?2C same and a 450 series fir the boxers. Donald Eaton rolled a 117 same and a 445 series for Flip's. IIEATN1K LEAGUE Liberty National Bank downed R eep Furniture 3-0 as Bob Dennlson unreeled a 221 game and a 594 series. Gerald Ream paced Reep's with a 166 game and a 469 les. First Nations! Bank won 2-1 over Bill Moore Mobil. Ken Hill had a 200 game for (lie bonkers nnd Randolph had a 433 series. For Mobil, Pal had a 193 game and a 473 rles. V/esilnghouse won 2-1 over Ayres. Frant Innls bowled a 204 game and a 555 -'series. Leslie Kent led Ayres with a 191 game and a 495 series. McClellans bashed Solomon's M t n's Wear 2-1. Robert Shirley set the -winning pace with a 199 game and a 509 series. Jess Prideaux bowled a 173 game and a 479 series for Solomon's, Bowrn Express blanked Ideal Bread 3-0. Paul Jones topped the team with, a 193 game and a 540 scries. Ralph Smith bowled a 211 pame and Cecil Phillips ». series for the breadmen. COOPER HIGH'S HOMECOMING QUEEN — Judy Little (right), a junior student at Cooper High School, was crowned the school's I960 Homecoming Queen Friday night during half time activities' at the Cooper-Farmersville game in Cooper. At left is Joann Blevins, the 1959 Homecoming Queen who crowned/Miss "••Little/'' Miss Little is the daughter of Mrs. Lou Little of Klondike. She was chosen; queen . by a vote of the student body from candidates representing each ; of ; the four classes. The identity of the winner was not announced until the time of; the crowning. Other candidates were Laura Katheryn Templeton^ Kay Click and Sue Morris. (Paris News Staff Photo) SERIES STARS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS On Oct. fl in: 1056 — Don Larsen pitched the first perfect game in World Series history as the Yankcs beal the Dodgers 2-0. ;!5r}[) — Paul Derringer bested Bobr> Newsom in a br'.lianl duel 2-1 as {he Reds won the seventh and deciding game over the Ti- THE TOP TEN Syracuse Wins, But Three Fall 1!)29 — Howard Ehmkc. a surprise starter, struck out 13 Cubs as the Philadelphia A's won the opener 3-1. 1927 — The Yankee. 1 ; completed a sivecp of the Pirates, winning the fourth game 4-3 when John Miljus uncorked n wild pitch in the ninth. 19lo _ Grovcr Cleveland Alexander scattered eight hits as the Phils edged the Red Sox 3-1. Babe R ': of Boston grounded out as a pinch hitter. Oklahoma Siafe Trounces Tulsa Tb'LSA, Okla. CAP)-With fullback Jim Dillard in a workhorse role, Oklahoma State thumped old rival Tulsa 28-7 Saturday for the Cowboy's first victory of the season. Dillard scored two of his twice- beaten team's touchdowns \vith short plunges, and his relief fullback, Bob Adcock, got another on a short dash. But Oklahoma State's most spectacular score came on a 76-yard punt return by still another fullback, Rick Buck. Ry ED CORR1GAN Associated Press Sports Writer Three more undefeatcds in the top 10 toppled Saturday and Syracuse, the big boy of (hem all, had some rough going before stumbling past much-battered Holy Cross. The Orange. No. 1 team in the current Associated Press poll and the defending national champion, was outplayed for 41 minutes by Holy Cross, but managed to rally for a 15-6 victory. Illinois, Purdue and Arkansas, all proud members of the top 10, ell. Illinois, No. 4, was trounced by Ohio State, No. 5, ?4-7. The mar- in of the Buckeyes' victory was a surprise. Purdue, which had hopes of winning the Big Ten crown, ran into a brick wall in Wisconsin, 24-13, while Arkansas, which thought of bulldozing i^s way to the Southwest Conference championship, was downed by Baylor, 28-K. Mississippi, No. " in ihe poll, i played a night game against Vanderbilt. Until one second before the whistle endjng the third quarter, (Toly Cross had been the master of mighty Syracuse. They held a slim one-totichdown lead. But then John Mackey jammed over for the tying score and Tom Golburg converted. Eleven seconds before the final gun, Dick Easterly connected with Ernie Davis on a 25-yard scoring pass. Dave Sarette hit Mackey with a two-point pass for the last two points. Washington beat Stanford 29-10 in the TV-game of the week as (he Huskies rebounded from their defeat last week to Navy. The other top 10 teams won in routine fashion. Iowa, No. 3, turned back Michigan State. 2715; Navy, No. 6, crushed Southern Methodist. 26-7; Clemson, No. 8, whipped Virginia, 2t-7. and Kansas, No. 10, vanquished Iowa State 28-14. Iowa's victory kept the Hawkers in the favorite's spot for the Big Ten tille. But Illinois will be a big problem. Navy now looms as the class of the East, especially since Penn State mauled Army, 27-16. Kansas becomes the co-favorite with Missouri to wi the Big Eight crown, a title which has been the sole property of Oklahoma for the past dozen years. Texas Fowef and. Light won 3-0 over Hammond's Grille, Meal Laundry won 3-0 over Guthrio and Guthrle Insurance. J. C. Penney Co., tief. T. XV Woolworth Stores 2-1 Ayres won 2-1 over Premier Oil. Oafc Farms downed Slkcs Pood Stores 2-1. Nancy Miller led TP&L with a 150 gurne Rjiri a 4!>7 scries. Dfnn Donham led the Grille with a 130 game and R 343 series. Ruth Sciarro led Stkes with a 163 game and a 437 series. Oak Farms' Jnnice Woodny had a 142 game and Wanda Bu;h a 375 series. Jean Doles led FcnncVs with a 177 came pr.rf n 431 series. Edwina Dolson paced Wonlworth'F with » 14n pame and * 402 scries. Premier's Marguerite Fletcher howled a US frame and KMhy Hale had a 353 series. Jenr.nie Cno>: of Avres had a 137 L,'ame and Evelyn Perry a 33.7 series. E 1 la Rae Goad had a 133 frame and n 340 series for Guthrie. Idea! Laundry was led by Pauline Carter with a 154 same and a 392 series. MONDAT NIGHT LEAGUE Luckev's Drive In won 2-T over N'aha* No.3. Dorothy Brown chalked up » 153 and a 455 serirs. Betty Grounds was high with 121 and 3?3 merles, Hollvwood V-Etle. tnppeti Northeast Texas Telephone 2 to 1. Ollle Walker cowled R 163 game nnd a 4H series for Hollywood. Dottle Williams paced Tel with a 140 game and » 310 series. Knthryn'f Beauty Salon downed Local Union 17P4 1-1 Margaret Sickles had B 35 came and Liz Shaver a 451 series for (he beauticians. Opal Fitzgerald led the losers with a 162 game and a 460 series. MGT1T OWLS LEAGUE Kinr's Sporting Goods drubbed Firemrn No. 1 3-0. Mickey McDowra showed the way for the sportsmen with a 203 same and a 569 series. Bu.es Gulllnm: led the firemen eri the bnnkrrs with a 243 came nnd a with a 159 same and a 40S scries. .Toe Anderson Insurance won 2-1 over Agricultural Enterprises. Wallace, had a 2CW parnr nnd a 513 sories fnr Anderson and jerry Derrick bowled a 220 came and a 439 seirs for the. Agriculturists. Outhrle nnd Gulhrlcs Insurance howled over Citir.ens State Bank of Hu?o 2-1. Travis Coston had a 4R5 series and Bob Ashmore n 173 gnmp for C.ulhrie. Don Leslie headed the bankers with a 243 game, and a 522 serie.s. Lncy Martrraves Drue Stores, trimmed Paris Typewriter Exchanpe 3.0. C I y d e Wright bowled a 464 selcs and Haynes Dodson a. 182 game for the rinjRBlsts. Not I Phillpy bowled a 189 game and a 527 series for the. typists. Save Money! Remodel, Repair Now! 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