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fai Women's Nalional A AO , Field Meel Are Pouring In AtWONIO—(/P)—Entries in W*fieh's ftationat AATJ Track meet soared well past the mfirk today with prospects ttint 160 fdtllnlftc Athletes seeking to be- eeme Babe Didriksons will be rcndy fttt the starter's pun Friday night. Tl^rfe Will be two divisions with 1*9 m&rty entries in the junior class «* the senior. The SO-mctcr dash alftne haS drawn 33 and 32 contestants respectlvec 1 .;,'. Tuskegee Institute of Alabama. tyhere Alice Coachman won fame, has the most entries with 17, SPU Antonio has 12 and the Polish Oly- pic Women's Club of Cleveland, sparked by veteran Stella Walsh, has 11. Alice Coachman, defending clinm- pibn in the 50 and 100-meter dashes and the-high jump, now is competing for Albany State College of Georgia. The junior entiles will, of course, be contestants who never have won junior titles, thus there will be no defending champions in that class, but the senior class, scheduled to be run off Saturday night, has 1946 winners in all events back for another try. Included are Stella Walsh, 200- meter elfish and broad jump; Nancy Coppert-hwaite of New York. 80- mrtcr hurdles; Marion Twining of Philadelphia, baseball throw; Dorothy Do'cbon of Chicago, javeline. dir.cus and shot, sincl the Laurel Club 400-meter relay team of Toronto, Canada. There' are 25 relay teams entered in both divisions. There will bo two divisions with gelo. Texas: German-Athletic Club oi Brooklyn; Union Hieh of Lamesr, Texas; Philadelphia Turners: Plor- esville playgrounds of Chicago Brockhavcn, Mi.is.; A, and I. State College of N.ishvillc. Tenn.: Phoeni::. Ariz.; Bronte. Texas, Hit h Texas; Ozark Women's Sports Club, St. Louis; Armv Air Corns. Colum- H:s, Ohio: Lampasrs, Texas. High School; Bracketville. Texas, High .School, and Dallas. PAGE 4 Pampa News, Wednesday, June fcS, 1947 Spahn Leads Braves to 9-6 Win Over St. Louis Jimmy Boyle Underwent Surgery Following Robinson Fighi; Condition Is Siill Critical CLEVELAND—</P)—Jimmy Doyle After Robinson delivered the blo\\ of Los Angeles, who was knocked ^ ™ r <|£ ^ ^rk. uncon- out last night in an r.ttcmpt to 1hr . rr> , )nt; \ w \. the bell endinp; Ih wrest the welterweight championship from Ray (Sugar) Robinson. V/BE operated upon at Charity Hospital early todav by Dr. Spencer Braclcn. noted Cleveland brain specialist. Hospital attendants said his condition remained critical. They did not disclose what type of operation ) was prformcd upon Dayie. but Dr. Braden previously had wid the injury might possibly be a blood clot or the brain. The stricken fighter war- still tm- ieonscious and had received the last rites of the Catholic Church. Doyle was carried from the arenr. ring on a stretcher and rushed to the hospital after being flored by a left hook in i.he eighth round of a scheduled 15-vound championsihp bout before 11.275 which paid a gross gate of $79,340. round sounded when Davis's toll reached nine. Dr. Arthur Hnf'cdirn. Cleveland Tioxiiu ComnV'Siion physician, and Doyle's handler.; were unable to ic vive him. It. was the second time that Do\l< v had been carried from the lorn! nrn and taken to a hospital. H suffered a brain concussion March 11 a year aco when middleweight Artirt Irvine cam" from behind to belt Jiivmy to thy cr.nvus. On the \vav down'. Dnylo struck his head buckle nnd war, out of action for nine imntlis. He .started his come-I back last December and had won five bouts since Hint time. Under rule.-, of the Cleveland Box ing Commission, the fight officially wen I. into the record books as a technical knockout in the eighth lound. Olhaverry Entered in Hollywood Gold Cup INGLEWOOD, Calif.— t'NEA) •Seventy-one horses were nominated for the eighth running of the $100,000 added Hollywood Gold Cup at Hollywood Park, July 26. Among them arc Pan DC Azucar's white Olhaverry and Ethel Hill's War Knight, winners of the $100.000 Santa Anita Handicap in 1046 and '45, respectively, and Fred Astaire's Triplicate and Brolilc Farm's Challenge Me, Gold Cup winners the same years. Neil S. McCarthy's Busher, Horse of the Year in '45, has been retired to stud. Weights arc to be announced July 5. Fens Wish Dempsey 'Happy Birthday 7 LOS ANGELES—I/1V- Ten thousand fight fans sang "Happy Birthday to You" to ex-heavyweight champion Jack Dcmpscy at the Olympic Auditorium last night. Dempscy. blushing nnd obviously flustered at the booming chorus, \vr.s presented by Al Jolson. Jolson announced that it was Jack's 37th birthday. Dempscy retorted that he was only 32. In reality, it was the old champ's 52nd birthday, and a cake with lighted candles was presented m the ring. Babe Ruth Is Ordered To Return to Hospital NKW YORK—</P>—Babe Ruth ii back in the hospital on the advice of his physicians for further treatment and "to take things easy for a few weeks." "I even get tired taking a walk around the living room," the Babe was quoted by friends as .saying as he entered the hospital yesterday. "I can't seem to gain any strength," he said, "so I guess I'll just get some rest here." WINNER—Charles Coe, 23-year- old Oklahoma university junior from Ai'tlmorc, Okla., holds his tiophy after wining Uic Trans- Mississippi fro'f i'ile in Wichita, •Kans. (NE:\' Tclcpholo). Pitchers Warren Spahn and Johnny Sain, Mr. Left and Mr. Right of the pen- pnnt-starved Boston Braves threatened today to eclipse the modern National League record number of victories hung up by two pitchers of the same club in one season. With 20 wins already in bag, Spahn and Sain, upon whom Braves followers are depending to bring them their first flag in 33 years, stand a fighting chance to better the mark of 52 garnered by Bucky Walters and Paul Derringer of the 1939 Cincinnati Reds. Walters won 27 and Derringer 25 hat pennant winning year. The modern Major League stand- rd is held by Hal Newhouser and •"ant (Dizzy) Trout of the 1944 Dc- roit Tigers. They copped 50 that 'c»;. Spahn. a 25-year-old sophomore rom Buffalo. N. Y.. nabbed his llth Humph against two defeats last light when he pitched the Braves o a 9-6 victory over the climbing Cardinals in St. Louis. He allowed only eight hits, but three of them were home runs to account for five St. Louis runs. In pitching his ninth complete ;amc of the campaign, Spahn tied !ils teammate Sain in that department. Only Ewell Blackwell (11) of the Reds and Harry Brechccn (10) of the Cards have gone the route more often. It was the lean left- hander's third win in four decision against the Rcclblrds and tied him with Blackwell for most wins in thi Majors. Sain, who got off to'a bclow-par start for him by breaking even in his first six decisions, has won his last, four games 10 boast a 9-4 won The ... WAY il LOOKS to Bob Bray Town Flans Welcome For Parents oi duads BAKER, Mont.—(/TV-This Southeastern Montana town is prcpor- in? a homecoming celebration for Mr. and Mrs. Edward Randash, parents of quadruplets, as soon as the mother nnd three survivinR babies can leave a Miles City hospital. Donna Mac Randash, smallest of J the quads, died Monday night. Baker and Miles City have been almost n.s excited as the Randash couple since the quads were born last Saturday. Residents have contributed several thousand dollars— including three $100 bills—for the Randash family. Electric ironers, washing machines, milk delivery for one year and 1 many other donations have been received by the Baker Raragcmnn and beauty operator. The Pa lion County Weekly Times in Baker had to wait until Thursday to report the story, but the newspaper went overboard then. Ib devoted its front page to pictures and stories of the quads and their parents. The main story started: "Just by doing- what comes naturally, Ed Randash of Baker lias put Baker and Miles City on the map." New buildings at Sydney, Australia, are limited to 150 feet in height. i-1 Victory Over Forl Worfh Cals (By Ths Associated Press) Shreveport and Port Worth ure batting second place in the Texas League around like a ping pong ll. i Shreveport traded places with Fovt Worth again last night, the third straight that the position has changed hands. And "Port Worth was getting uncomfortably close to fourth place Dallas. The Sports regained the runner- up spot with a 5-1 decision over Port Worth. Dallas continued to press forward by blanking Beaumont, 8-0. while the league-leading Houston Buffs bowed again to Oklahoma City, 7-8 In ten innings. Tnlsfv swept its scries with San Antonio, 13-7. Clarence Oann held Fort Worth ,o lour hits for his ninth victory of the year. The Sports pushed over ivvo runs in the sixth and three more in the seventh, The Cats picked up a run in the final inning. Al Rosen, the League's leading baiter, singled in the tenth inning and romped home With Oklahoma City's payoff run on Jess Newman's double. Al Papal yielded 12 hits to the Indians, but came through with mrt-^rr™..™. t ,_ y-^r • WtlV " " I ~f '• '"•*! * " Hunters Can Start Oiling Up Thetr Conditions Favor Plentiful Dud Cro a home run and two singles for three of Houston's nine. In blanking the Beaumont Exporters Dallas figured in its fourth consecutive shutout game. Three of them have gone on the win side of the Rebels' ledger. An eight-run spree in the last of the third inning sank any hopes San Antonio had of stopping Tulsa. Thirteen Oiler batters went to the plate this inning and the slurge broke a 3-3 deadlock. The Missions collected four home runs—by Jimmy Grant, Pete Lewis, Tom Jordan and Bill Seinsoth. There -is a general switch in playing sites today. Dallas starts a nine-day road trip by stopping off .at Fort Worth. Oklahoma City moves over to Tulsa, and Shreveport drops down to San Antonio. The two South Texas nines—Houston and Beaumont get together at the latter's park. WINNtPEO—(NfiA)—Duck hunters can start nott oiling up their guns. This year's season should give them some of the .best hunting in recent years. Authority for this information is Bert W. Cartwright, Chief Naturalist for Ducks Unlimited, a non-profit, non-political organization of conservationists and sportsmen. Cartwright and his assistants have just finished an expensive survey of Canadian duck breeding grounds. They tralevel by air, boat, automobile, and, when nothing else would get them into the breeding grounds, by foot. They covered, in all, thousands of miles of waterfowl breeding acreages in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba in Canada, where most of the ducks fly for annual nesting. On the basis of this, Cartwright predicts that there is a fine hunting season ahead. He says as many, or more, ducks returned to the breeding grounds this year. Water conditions were excellent, and bigger and better than average broods can be expected. Recent heavy rains removed danger of droughts for the present, Cartwright found. Winter estimates oi duck prospects had been a little the balance .... I L At. •.)!...nfrlnn \ p fl ff% r. rtfM 1T T! pessimistic but the situation ia changed now. BREEDING INCREASED "In Southern Alberta and South- — --- ... , em Saskatchewan the duck breed- not;unusual for this time o year Pintails '-hnrllv out of nest in the Brooks. Alberta, area* PI " • reported fewer in the northlandg a ••••- satisfactory production but The population of ducks over last year," Cartwright says, crately down in the Centtal "In Central Alberta the breeding area In the region oi ^ « £** ' the same ing population is greatly increased stock is variable, but about the same as last year. -n Southern Manitoba the num- year, the Deeding population ^s bers of these breeders is low but in down. Whereas birds have been Sporls Round-Up Ferrier Is Hatch King After Victory In Amerian PGA Championship Play say this is through *e Prince 'Albert area gateway, to the North, mere are more ducks on the prairies than last year and prospects of a heavy duck crop arc good. In fact, as many or more ducks than last year have re- • turned to breeding areas. _ Hunting dates haven't been set yet. t , ~GKAND CIRCUIT OOSHEN, N. Y.-Tho Grand Cir- _jit harness racing season opens in the East at Goshen's Historic FSrk, June 30. and lost record. Spahn's victory enabled the .... THOMPSON GLASS & PAINT CO. 119 W. Foster Phone 1079 FOR SALE 1940 Chevrolet 3-4 Ton Panel; good rubber all around, including spare. Motor recently overhauled. Complete $500.00. KENNEDY DISTRIBUTING CO. Phone 41G v ^^-^^ 'NOVEl'TIESl-SMOOTH DANCING, \ N TONISHT Dancing From 8:30 to 12:30 **! £& '•* •** dsfljL. ADMISSION 'I 00 Plus Tax If you have been noticing a short age of 11-to 16-year old boys thes days search the garages, tool shops, lumberyards, Culbc-rson Chevrolet Company or even the P?.mpa News and the chances arc that you'll find many»o[ the kids busily building or planning a Soap Box Derby Racer. Yesterday, we had opportunity to go out nnd look over thu won: being done, the racers being built, by several of the boys and, from all indications, (according to those who have .scon tha races for the past several. year. 1 ;') competition should be at its toughest this year. We said we had opportunity to .sec the boys at work and we believe it was just that. We, a.s many oth- .c-rs doubtless have, had forgotten the enthusiasm and seriousnes. which a boy can tackle a job. And, we had certainly forgotten the many abilities of a youngster. There arc, in our opinon, few pco pie. rabid hport, fans or just sane people, who wouldn't really get a lot of pleasure out of seeing these boyr, nt work and hearing the plans they have formulated for I heir racers, 7f the plans amaze you as they did us, you'll be more than a little embarrassed, when you find the detail the boy lv.\s gone into in planning hi-s racer, by how little you understand about the goal he's trying to attain, One youngster went in complete detail to us to relate the fashioning of what, he believes is the superior brake. Tha reason that he believes his brake is the best is simply due to the fact that it stops his racer quickly and, because of clever construction, there is a very Httle brake suii'acD exposure which would tend to offer air resistance and thereby slow down his car. The Pampa Soap Box Derby is without question one of the most beneficial youth projects here as are comparable Derby Races throughout the nation. The local running will be held July 20, and if this year's attendance is as it has been in I lie past, most of Pampa will be on hand to witness the race. And everybody will probably have a good time, but we are sure that most of you aro overlooking something you would also enjoy, if you fail to go out and see some of these boys build their racers. There is probably a boy in your neighborhood building one. AVe're willing to bet that you'll enjoy seeing his work and enthusiasm just as much as he'll be proud to have you come by and witness hit, handiwork. Braves to retain their one game, lead over the Brooklyn Dodgers in the torrid National League Pennant race. The Dodgers nipped the Pirates 4-2 in a night game at Pittsburgh. The New York Giants protected their third place hold against 'the Cubs by slugging the Bruins 11-0 in a day game in Chicago. The Rods edged up on the fifth place Cardinals by knocking off the Phi .Uidelphia Phils 4-2 in a night game at Cincinnati. In the only game; American League both "played at night, the Chicago White Sox made it 10 of 11 with Washington by blanking the Senators 3-0 and the St. Louis Browns clipped the Athletics in Philadelphia 12-3. A double by Frank McCormick with the bases loaded which cleaned the sacks in the ninth inning ac- iually provided the winning markers for the Braves. The Braves were enjoying a 5-3 edge up to then, but McCormick's blow highlighted a four run rally to give Boston a 9-3 lead. The Cards came back with three runs in their half to fall short. Stan Musial, Joe Medwick and Ervin Dusak clubber! the four-baggers for the Cards. Aided by Pec Wee Reese's eighth home run of the season with one en in the second, Brooklyn's Ralph 3ranca registered his ninth win igainst six reverses with a seven hit jcrformance against the cellar dwelling Pirates. Jackie Robinson stole home for the Brooks in the fifth. Sent in as a desperation move by Manager Mel Oit, Clarence (Hooks) lott, recently acquired Southpaw rom the St. Louie- Browns, came throuuh with a brilliant two-hit ' By HUGH FULLERTON, Jr. DETROIT—(/P)—When a golfer can amaze Brj'on "Mr. Golf" Nelson, he really must be good. And that's just what Jim Ferrier did on more ,han one occasion yesterday . . . vhen Nelson, who refereed the natch, dropped Into the press tent afterward—something incidentally he never did before his retirement —he was fairly popeyed over Jim's putting and chip shots . . . "In 21 years of golf I never saw anyone chip and putt like Ferrier did today." Nelson exclaimed . . and when Ferrier got off that "killer" shot out of a mess of trouble on the third hole yesterday afternoon. Bryon just gasped: "That was one hell of a shot." . . . after watching that amazing dip as Ferrier swings, you might call him the man who comes from down under and hits the ball the same way. SCOOPEROO A writer following the semi-final matches Monday thought he might overhear something special when he came upon Mr. and Mrs. Chick Harbert standing by a green during the heat of Chick's match with Vic Ghezzi semi-final "and do Platinum is found in iron meteorites, but in very small quantities. PORTRAITS - COMMERCIALS Smith's Studio W. Foster Phone 1511 you know?" the scribe demanded later, "they were arguing about who they'd hire to put up some dered Jim Ferrier. Australian- chip and putt master from San Francisco, ruled as the match king of professional golf today after whipping home-bred Melvin (Chick) Harbert, of Northville. Mich,. 2 and 1, in the "battle of Plum Hollow for the American POA championship. Ferrier. who hadn't won a major national championship since he left Australia in 1939 after four triumphs in the Australian amateur and two in the Australian Open, zoomed into fourth place in the pros' 1947 money parade by pocketing the $3,500 top prize here for .his first tournamnt victory of the year. . In running his tournament earnings to $0,669.16 since the first of the year, the gum-chewing, club- waggling Ferrier played approximately 12 rounds in a week over Plum Hollow Golf Club's long, tricky, 6,922 yard layout at an aggregate of 27 strokes under par for 204 holes. If anybody ever won a champion ship with one club Ferrier did it with his putter. He dropped in a 60-foot putt on the 36th green to carry his third round match with Claude Harmon into extra holes, winning on the 37th. and "putted" Harbert right out of the championship in yesterday's finals. Ferrier required just 54 putts for the 35 holes his match with Harbert tances ranging Chick, meanwhile, missed a total of eight putts of seven feet or ess in t he finals, five of them to win and three to tic. and-used 62 putts during the day's doings. "He really murdered me with that 35-footer on the 23rd hole," Harbert said after the match. "We were all square at the time and I honestly was looking for him to take three to get in when he slapped it into th back of the cup for a deuce I never could catch him after that" RICH BLOdD LEXINGTON, Ky.— The highest thoroughbred stud fee this year was that of imported Challenger II and DANCE Every Night From 0 to 12 Beer by the Case Budweiser on Tap BELVEDERE CLUB On the Borgcr Highway High School Graduates JOBS FOR YOU IN JAPAN Young men: often you'vo dreamed of travel to foreign countries, how other pooplo live, visiting curious sights of world r»- .nco- screens. ONE MINUTE SPORTS PAGE St. Louis and Richmond apparently trying to outbid each other for next year's PGA tourney . . . at least three national magazines will do articles about the Notre Dame football team next fall . . . and probably they'll have to be printed on blotting paper to dry up Frank Leahy's tears . . . since Babe Ruth became consultant in the Ford- American Legion baseball program, the number of kids participating in Legion baseball has more than doubled And the Babe is very happy about it because it gives him some real work to do S STAR QUALITY OIL FILTERS KEiP OIL CLEAN , , .i.r has como to Japan, this is your ch.nco "M'you measure up to the Regular ^^"ig^ can sion up for 3 years with one of the famed backing up General MacArthur's occupation program in Japan. Occupation duties include a wide .variety of oppor tarn*.; n specialized skills, trades and adm.mstrat.on-all while youra^ drawing full payl " \> Clubs, resort hotels, b ,11 parks are ^"-^"'PP 0 ^^"^' sportsmen. Dance bands add zip to umt P« J««- rCom R et '}^ •• sjorts keep men fit the year 'round. No wonder General MacArthur and his men are doing such a good |ob— a history-making. '°|f you are 18 to 34 inclusive (17 with parents' consent), visit .;'£• your nearest U. S. Army Recruiting Station immediatelyl .Room 4 Post Office Building Pampo , WE T TEXAS-NEW MEX. LEAGUE Yesterday's Results IiiitnuNii ut Piimuu (ruin). Aliileiin -I, liiibbucK S. Aniai'ilio 7, Albuqueriiuu (i. Burger 11, Clovis 3. STANDINGS Team— Lubbuulc Amarillo Laniesa Burger . l j ampa Abilcuu W. it L. Pot 10 .(!! •12 19 .« »3 27 XI 31 G.B. 5;.U OU 12 27 I!! .•IS I .414 .222 Albiuiueriiuo Cluvia 11 Today's Schedule Liumesa nt Ptimpu. Abilene at Lubbock. Amarillo at Albuquerque. borger at Clovis. TEXAS LEAGUE Yesterday's Results Shreveport 5, Fort Worth 1. Dallas 8, Beaumont 0, Oklahoma City 7, Houston 8. '1'ulHZL 13, Sun Antonio 7. STANDINGS Team— W. L. Pet, Houston S3 27 .620 Shrovejmrt 40 at .51)3 Fort Worth 4t 32 ,f,«2 Pallas ,. 39 8!i .527 Tulsa 3V 38 .493 Beaumont 34 4Ii .417 Oklahoma City 32 41 .438 San Antonio 27 48 .360 10 171/ 17V G.B. 6V! 7. 2 V AMERICAN LEAGUE Team— W. L. Pet. G.B, New York 1G 24 .600 — Boston »2 24 .571 2 Philadelphia 29 29 :500 B f:l«veland 25 26 .490 (i 1 , flhieafio 30 32 .484 1 Detroit 27 211 .482 7 Washington 26 SO -4B4 8 St. Louis .....23 34 .404 11V NATIONAL LEAGUE Team— W. L. Pot. G.B. Boston U4 25 .570 — Brooklyn 33 26 .559 1 New York 31 25 .554 I 1 / Clilcaso 31 28 .525 3 St. Louis 30 30 .500 4V ClivjImuUl 29 32 .475 6 Philadelphia 2fi 35 .428 9 Pittsburgh 22 35 .586 11 NATIONAL LEAGUE Yesterday's Result* Boston 9. St. Louis 6. Brooklyn 4, Pittsburgh 2. New York 11, Chicago 0. Cincinnati 4, Philadelphia 2. AMERICAN LEAGUE Yesterday's Results Chicago 3, Washington 0. St. Louis 12. IRhlladelphia 3. Detroit and Boston (rairt). Cleveland a«d New YPrtf (r^in). 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