Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on March 10, 1946 · Page 7
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f no, , Jefferson Davis AATiileCame *,• » V, Texas, March 9^(/P)-Pasadena's Eagles today won the ClaSS A ; championship of Texas schoolboy basketball arid next year will be $.frojihd .to worry the Class AA contenders ' ifi f *$SteJ lr *$ $ n * 0fli ' V ** lp to the state '.tournament, the Eagles de- .li&fedteveliand 50-35 in the.finals ta be hailed as -probably the strorig- .$t. ijliihiet ever, to capture the title in their division. • But next ypar they'll advance to clas ? AA. There are how 26 more fins Rich Santa Anita .-_-,- \, .Caiif., March 9—(;p)— <Ati "outsider, ivfrs. Ethel Sill's War Khighfcr today won the ninth rtiri- ning-"W *he' ,$ip'0,00p-added Santa Anita Handicap by a nose in a photo finish. Pli'st' Piddle was second with Snow Boots thfrd. ;The winning time was 2:01 3/0, ttyo-flf-ihs of..a~$econd behind, the traclc aftd handicap record. R&ted beatvtituiiy by Jockey John- liy Adams, War Knight was in con- i'entlonal all the way and took the fed in the stvct:h and withstood terrific challenges by,, the favored First Piddle. Snow Boots and fourth- jpjace Bail Bond. . , ., • The wlnne'r, f member of the field, paid $15.30, $5.5p,'and ,$3.30, arid won a purse i'.of $1'OL22Q for .his owner First 'Piddle -paid $5.80 and $3.00, snow Bo,qte '$£06. : The finst four horses were all ttoses apart at the final wire, and it ttok several minutes for the judges to determine ^the.winner. Twenty-three horses, the largest number ever to start in the hatidi- Ckp, wont to the.post, with, 11 •thoroughbreds "grouped in the wage'ripg field. The field closed at 6-1 in the lietting, ju§t ..beliind ?,irst, Piddle :<3-l), the'' : Mrs. Al R'icd. entry of Sirde and Snow '' BOots (5-1) of jStaine Chance farm. 1 The mutue'l han'dle on the race Was $805,0^2,, a new single race high for California'. '^ Buffalo, N. Y., is "the "oldest fron-. tier city in the nation's march' to tiie west. Moke your car lost longer 'by hoying it seryiped at McWilliams Service Station 424 S. Cuyje'r ' ?l»9 n . e 3 ? S E R V I CE Any Make Washer, Electric Iron or Motor—Any Hourt Bradshaw Washing Machine Co. 438 N. Can Phone 2072 Dr. Oscar Huff Physician and Surgeon General Practice Examining Eyes and Reifraction ' . '' , - : '"'. .' L '; First Rational Bank Bldg. Office Phone 7& Res. 162' enrolled in the School than the 500 limit, thus Pasadeha automatically goes to'the higher division. Said Coach Ned Thpmpson: "We could have held our own in class AA this' year." Pasadena led the • fighting; Jand Lobos all the way, ; adding . to the margin with each period. Bill Henry' topped the scoring with 22 points while. Jess Clardy led Level- .Innd with 18. , AUSTIN, Texas, March 9.— UP)— , The fourth time was' the payVoff for little Stratford,' the team traveling the longest distance to the stale schpollioy basketball tournament. From the corner i pf. the Panhandle, Stratford jom-neyed to Austin this week and made it a happy visit today by winning the class B championship. • " The tall boys of .upper 'Texas beat .Pen-in, ,i(psetter of favorites', 29-i8 . Ken Pemberton topped the Stratford of feiise" \yith 15' -'points — two more than Perrin's star, Deryle Turnbow. The latter went out oh personal fouls late in the game. Jphn'sph City wop.t'hitd place in the class 'B division by d'efeating Marfa 31 to 27. AUSTIN^ Texa.s. -March 0.— {IP)— For tho fifth straight year one of the state's iriajoi 1 'cities furnishes the class , AA , champion of Texas ischoolboy basketball; in that period Houston, Dallas and Eort Worth schools have grabb'eii the" titles. When Jeff' Dayis . p'f .Houston reached .the: finals, today with; a' 6528 decision over'Amarillo it was tlie .thfrd 'team- from that school to play Ifor the title in half a decade. Twice 'before" Jeff Davis* won the championship. . When Crozier. Tech of Dallas rea9hed the final? by beating Greenville ; 43-37 'it was ' the 'first time in six trips to the interschplastic league tournament 'for the ^Torth Texans to get pa'st the semi-finals. To do so the Wolves downed Thomas Jefferson (San Antonio) , a pre-tpurnament favorite, 31-29 in the first round, then surged back ,frbm-'a 14-8 deficit in the first period to defeat Greenville. Giant Marcus Freiberger' scored every Greenville "point' "in the' opening quarter. And he was the high scorer of the game with 25 but got little offensive help. -.''.' Jeff Davis had minimum trouble with the plucky Amarillo Sari'dies after a poor showing in the first round when the Panthers beat Luf- lun 20-17 in one of the low-scoring games of tournament history. Bill Hickman led the Jeff, Davis goal , assault against Amarillp with IJ2 'points while Pierce Leake' pitched in 12 and Billy Daniels 13. :; •- . ^^""^~^~~ Beac(, Classified Ads in ihe News r itz Ivan L. Block Insurance Agency. Newly Appointed By STATE FARM INSURANCE GOiiPANIES Bloomington, Illinois AUTO FIRE , LIFE 80% Collision . Participating LIB'ERAU SAVINGS ISIon-Assessable Policies Room 13, Firsj National Bank Bldg. • _Phone 388 Dcn't Choin Your Money Up Open A Checking Account! A, checking account assures you ety and convenience and in il^l.l *«** --- j --— pf your & TRUST CO. fj«9>»; ' t >.-j . %r-/» >' "> - "ii Sportsmen Call Meeting of Rod, Gun Club Tuesday Officers of the McClellan Lake Rod & Gun club have called a meeting of its members and' all other .persons who would like to become, a member of the club ahd those who are. interested Jn, hunting and fishing, the secretary-treasurer, D. H. Martin, ,said yesterday. The meeting will be held at the county .court 'ropm, beginning at 8 p.m., on Tuesday. The meeting , follows closely on tha,t held at ,Wacp a few days. ago. it was attended by. Martin andrthe local cluij presl'den.t, Or. R. A. Webb. T'he meeting was in the form of "a convention, under the auspices of the Texas Wildlife federation. Dr. Webfa was named one of 14 new directors of that organization. The general theme of tho meeting was conservation of Texas wildlife. ' .... A resolution calling on the fed- epation to sponsor a drive for legislation to increase the numbers of members of the State Game, Fish fin Oyster commission from six to 31 was referred to the new directors, who took no action at the meet- ling on the subject. The directors will meet at Waco again on April 14. The federation adopted resolutions favoring several changes in game laws and for other action. They include: Amend state laws to allow game wardens to arrest persons shooting from' public roads, or trespassing. Such laws are now on the books, but game wardens are not empowered to enforce them. Enact a law giving the game department the right to allow controlled hunting of dogs in over-populated sections of the state. Enact a law providing that him- tei's must tag each deer killed. Establishing a wildlife experiment station. To set up migratory waterfowl public shooting 'preserves as well as deer and turkey preserves provided the low can. be changed, to allow the game department that authority. To allow the legal feilUng of all an tiered deer. Hunters frequently kill illegal spiked bucks my mistake and leave 'them where they are shot, it was said. The McClellan Lake Rod & Gun club has at the present a membership of 88, but officers hope that the number can be increased to as much as 500, it was stated. The membership fee is $1 a year. About the meeting next Tuesday night, Martin said: "We have some very important news concerning the future of Texas hunting and fishing to pass on to those present." - «. Decision Coming On 'Outlaw' Ball HAVANA, Cuba, March 9— (&)— Easeball Commissioner A. B. (Happy) Chandler took personal charge of the troublesome south-of-the- border player situation, today as he discussed the eligibility problem with officials of the Cuban baseball league. Technically all players who performed in ri the Cuban cirsuit during i,ts recently 'sofppleted season are ineligible , 'for farther participation in organized b'as'e.bail. , Qh^ri'dleV Vefusedi to. predict what nisfyftent hie. might hand out but r^jpl ,:v,£ill, blayers from, organized jseb'ajX who pjajfgfl against ineligible-; liere, in pub* are subject to pen- By SCOTT News Sports Editor Grover Seitz, manager of the Eampa OilefS 'in the West Texas- New Mexico baseball, league, will begin..his eighteenth year in organized baseba.ll ;when the league season officially opens April 28. Saying that he was feeling as "fit afid ready, to go as 1. did in 1942" Seitz revealed .that he has "come hither" messages but to a lot of good ball players, including many that have played for him here and at Clovis before the.Jea.gue folded up. Asked whether he would put himself in his old outfield position again this year. Seitz emphatically stated that he was ready to go and would compete against the best youngsters in the game. . To date, results from wires, telephone calls, visits and letters have been fairly profitable, Seitz said, but the status of some of his potential players was doubtful. Most important of the players is Emmett Fulenweider, one of the league's most powerful hitters at the time it folded up. Fulenweider, who prefers to call Pampo his home, was signed by Atlanta of the Southern association but told Seitz a, few days ago that he wants to come ot Pampa and expects :i release from Atlanta before the local club starts training April 1. Another formqr Oiler on the list is Lloyd Surmriers, dependable catcher. Summers, who makes his home in Albuquer.que, says he may come to terms With, the local club and Seitz lold this writer yesterday that he would sure like to have Lloyd. Another catcher is on' Seitz' list Schmidt, who caught for Seitz at Clovis. At .shortstop, Seitz will probably set Earl Harrlman, who starred foi Clovis in 1941. Harrlman has also told Seitz that he would like to come to Pampa. Seitz'said he had also contacted Virgil Richardson, who was a first baseinan in.the Western association before the war. Richardson seemed agreeable to playing for Pampa. Seitz said he is investigating the possibilities of checking' lists of j players in San Diego and several other towns for possible good re- 1 suits. ;, 7 The local manager, however, is a little "down" on the rookie situation. He has two prospects lined lip who are how attending the University of Oklahoma. If they are signed they would report after the semester ends May 4. R. L. Edmondson, sr., and Lynn Boyd, who are organizing the loca: club, are haVin£ repairs made on Doadrunner park, which they purchased fromsDanclger- for an -undisclosed-price. .Texas Thinclads Are Fort Worth Favorites FORT WOR.TH,- March 9.— (IP)— Indications are that the University of Texas . Longhorns, perennial Champions of the' university division of the Southwestern exposition track and field 'meet, will be hard pressed to retain their laurels at the twenty-third renewal p'f the big athletic carnival here next Friday and Saturday. -'• s ' Powerful teams have been entered by Rice, Te£as A. & M., Oklahoma 'A- & M- fc'n'ci the Naval air station at Corpus Christi!''In addition, Baylor, T. C. U. 'and.S. M. U. will have_.teams, in the class. Eight .teams . are entered , in the college class, so far and 40 high school teams. ble-; liere, ajjties. T , ajjties. The extent of their penalties vVill depend uppji my conversation ijfch M^ej-ij;? Acbsta, manager of the ayanO; clu]) |n the n.ew Florida International' leagued" ' Dick Sisler, promising first base candidate with the St. Louis Cardinals, and second baseman Lou Klein and. jookie pitcher Fred Martin, also of the Red Birds, played in the Cu- banl OOP against nKih ineligibles as T,pjrjas de La Cruz, formerly of Cincinnati and Roberto Ortiz and Oliverio ' Ortiz of Washington. De La Cruz and the Ortiz brothers jumped organized ball to play in the Mexican league lost summer. - ':,'.«» - CUBED CROAKING Guests at a California hotel were Bothered by the croaking of bullfrogs at night. The hotel manager rigged up a powerful searchlight system, bathed; j,}^ nearby pool with light, and ,.$? frpfs stopped their • ' Head the News Classified Ads jf Ff B Representing THI f RANKiiN MFl INSURANCE CO. SPCED-tKPRINT MIMEOGRAPH MACHINE (Now In Stock) ARTMETAL FILPS AND OFFIPE DESKS Typewriter Repairing COMPLETE Office 1946 f AUTO TAGS Must be on all cgrs jiy April I, v Must have certificate oriole for registration or 1915 li* cense receipt li.earijlfc same number a,s .title. . •* ' »' ' -> •,' Owners will he subject {o a, fjpe, for net buying their plates on tipe, tap »re now .. .or and. t,ags must \>n> 6ou|jit to the ., o| F. & where ya« live. Preparations for Oiler Baseball Open mi 1 ' ... ^ .[- '. arj.' -K * Sunday, March 10, 1946 PAMPA NEWS PAGE 7 "Old Man Baseball of the Panhandle" is Grover Seitz (above) who Will take the reins of (tin Pampa club when it opens training April 1. Seitz began his baseball career in 1529 in theo Id West Texas- league. He was sold to the St. Louis Cardi- nnls at the end ol the 1929 season and played with the Gas House gang's farm club at Houston in the Texas League, From Houston, he went to the Springfield club in Missouri where he led the league in runs, doubles, triples and stolen bases but ended up the season three days early by breaking his leg. The following year Seitz played for Rochester and Elmira, New York. Ct Elmira lie was in the outfield with Joe Medwick and Buster Mills, two present-day big leaguers. He spent a season in the Western league but the depression hit and most minor leagues folded up. Coining back to Pampa, Seitz went to work for the Danciger refining company and played with the semipro Rotul Runners. In 1930, while playing in the Denver Post tourney, Seitz signed a contract in the Southern league and played there in 1937. After staying out of baseball in 1M8, SeiU and Hal Miller took over the Pampa ball club and finished three games -out of first place in 1939 and in first place in 1940. Seitz 32 Teams Ready For Cage Battle KANSAS CITY. March 9—(#>)-—A field of 32 teams, generously sprinkled with some of the country's most talented courts stars, will begin their week-long squabble for the national intercollegiate -oasketball champion- j the Southwestern Exposition track jfcff in 47 seconds last week and Gof- Five Harvester Track Team Members To Go To Fort Worth Five members of the Pampa high will comprise the 440-yard delay school track team will compete in [team in the meet. The four ran r lt ship in an 8-game opening card here at noon Monday. Drawn from twenty-one states, the National Association of Intercollegiate Basketball's <N. A. I. B.) eighth such attraction is without a pre- tournament favorite to cop the title. meet at Fort Worth next Friday and Saturday, Coach Otis Coffey said today. The five — Randall Clay. Leon Gooch, Carl Mayes, Bob Troop and Lonnie Williams—were selec;ed last week on the basis of competing cus 146 loot last week to qualify in thai event. Clay is the defending champion discuss hurler in both ihe Fort Worth mretnncl the slate track and field meet. Most often mentioned in connec- j against time and distance records lion with top honors are the Loyola set, by the coaches, university Wolves of New Orleans. HMO '.-hampions, George Pepperdine college of Los Angeles, finalists last year. Eastern Kentucky, Southern Illinois normal, New Mexico School* of Mines, Nevada university, Eastern Washington slate and Indinini Stale Teachers. Elinore Morgpn thaler, 7-Coot 1- '.incti center of Uic New Mexico J i hool of Mines, who led the nation's scorers after 27 games with a 21.8 average, should make his team a strong contender for the flag. Among other highly publicized stars will be James Malone of West Texas state, and all-tournament star | that event last year. fey believes they may have a good chance at Fort Worth. ' The four will also take part in the fooiball shuttle relay, an added- attraction at the meet. Each runnel? is dressed in football togs -and the football is used in place of the usual baton. Braves With Good Pitching F O R T LAUDERDALE, Fla.i March 9.—OP)—While Bill Lee and j Johnny Hutchings blanked the New Carl Mnyes, who has won the con- I York Giants, the Boston Braves fidi'iice of both coaches and his I pounded Jack Brewer and Marvin teammates by his running, qualified for the 100-yard dash event by stepping it off in 10.2 seconds. Lonnie Williams mil the shot 43 Grissom for a 7 to 0 triumph today. Johnny McCarthy led the Boston outburst with three, two-baggers. . Garden Gillenwater cleared the Second Golf Tourney Is Scheduled Today Barring* bad weather, Pampa golfers will compete today in the second weekly bracket score tournament at the Pampa country club today. Under the plan, a golfer is placed in one of the four brackets, according to his regular scores. The four divisions are for golfers who shoot C5-80, 30-95, 95-110, and liO-up with the player shooting the closest to the low score in each bracket winning that division. Frank .Baker, club pro, has asked that all golfers post their scores tor every round of 50!!' they shoot so that handicaps for the coming tournaments might be determined by the tournameni committee. sold his interest in the club in 1941 Golfers may start anytime during and devoted his time to private- affairs that spring. • He took over the Clovis team that 'season, however, and pulled it from last place to third and won the playoff. When the league disbanded in 1942, Seitz' Clovis team was in the lead. LIMIT TO SAFETY The tsetse-fly,- which causes sleeping sickness, lives in sharply defined areas, and it is possible to travel within 20 yards of one of these areas in safety. the day. An entry fee of 25 cents per golfer will be charged and prizes will be awarded winners in all divisions. At elevations about 10,000 feet over the United States, winds blow from, the west 85 percent of the time. Dr. George Snell Dentist Office over 1st National Bank Phone 1482 for appointment feet and .six inches to qualify for !j e f t fj e id fence with a homer off ! Brewer in the third inning with one Clay, Troop, Mayes and Gooch ' aboard. ....... A Tribute... ... Their Monument I've built a tribute o'er this place, Where dwell the names that are my race. In endless honor, timeless grace, I have remembered them. I've crowned this quiet place with art. To set their hallowed sleep apart, With love ... . to live beyond my heart, I have remerribered them. PAMPA MONUMENT 1237 Duncan ED FORAN, OWNER ••>.„•,/ Phone 1152-W. lUUJHITI In beautiful floral designs. Service for 6 95 14 Service for 8 . $ ' 5 ,o $ i9 95 12 Cutglass CAKE PLATE With poli$h@oj oiiimiuum cover ' WHITE'S ENDURANCE 100% ., base. Completely dewaxed. FOOTS at zero. Save at White's. 55 Ggl, Bbl. 37' « t? ALUMINUM SKILLETS Large Size PRICED $725 S Small Size $4.10 Dutch Oven ... $5.59 Sauce Pans ... $1.05 12-Qt. GENUINE DURA-ZINC ALLOY PAILS Guaranteed leakoroof and rustproof. §t?el Cash and Bond Cases Large Assortment- THBQW RUGS Shag—Loop—Rag to POTATO MASHER 390 FOOD CHOPPER With Attachments $|69 VENETIAN BLINDS 24 to 36" Widths aranteed Washable Fadeproof W»Hpaj> Matching- Border MHM-ONE • W-*-LtP A PER IH CLU Hi ffli dtJ/IJta /)*K ROLL CEILING Enough for average room. RUNNING BOARD ICE BOXE OUTING Wifh SPliOT ' ' . 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