Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 7, 1963 · Page 8
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 8

Pampa, Texas
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Friday, June 7, 1963
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« -T*-. %• 8 FRIDAY, JUNE ?, 1963 56TII YEAR Matson To IFF Meet In Houston HOUSTON (UPI) — The U.S. j other vaulters who have done bet- Track and Field Federation, em-jter than 16 feet were entered: broiled in a fierce struggle with j Fred Hansen of Rice and Gerald the Amateur Athletic Union overjpratt of Texas Southern, administration of amateur ath-1 Arizona State and Texas South- Ictics in (he United Slates, mod- ] ern were expected to put on a hot estly opens its first national track | r ace in the mile relay. The State and field championships today, j team has twice broken the mile The federation was holding its! relay world record this year and top outdoor meet of the year in! the TSU squad could push them to a high school stadium located in ; another good clocking. a town not known for its track Adolph Plummer of New Mexi- enthusiasm. | co. who bettered the 4-10-yard clash The meet could be a big dis- world record two weeks a S°' could appointment from the spectator "I™ timi '" a to P timc -'' P ush?d standpoint. The USTFF held a re- ! Dail "y Hoberts of Texas A&M. gional meet in Houston two weeks : holder of the SVC r-hot put record ago with only about 400 fans dot- with 59-6, and Ramlv Maison of ting the 15,000-seat Jeppesen High ' Fam P a - holdcr of th - sta!c Fcder School Stadium. i •' ltion rccord °' 5S - 5 '-- "•'" meet ' for the first lime, -vith a nc\v Then, too. the entry field was; slale recortl e .xpsc:cd by either somewhat of a disappointment.; (he Agsic C0 n rg ; an or the Hnr- The 38 schools entered fell some | vester ' fj igh s chonlrr. Matson. who 62 short of the hundred that meet j has never (hrcnvn (ile co! | Cf;0 (l , s . _ director Johnny Morriss predict-1 cus for recor d, b vu qualified for ed a few months ago when the, thc slatc meet v . jth a p; . ac ,j cc meet was announced for Houston, j throw of 169 fee , at , he Federation Several big name performersj Meet a , Abilene lasi monih, will were entered among the 200-odd • also bo see king a record in that athletes in the meet, but some of j division . Thc Federation record in them such as vaulters C. K. | , !lat cla5S is lsr2 -. M aLscm has Yang. John Pennell and the Ari-j lhrown the high srhool discus rona State mile relay team will | m -$- unofficially, and holds thc probably be tuckered out when | secon d best recognized high school their turns come Saturday j mark in the nation with 19r2 i -. n 'S ht - i Gary Gray of Auburn and Nate Yang of UCLA, Pennell of'Adams of Purdue both have done GARDEN LANfcS Sunset League First Place: Harlow Marketing Hi Team Game: Harlow Marketing, 945 Hi Team Series: Harlow Marketing, 2719 Hi Ind. Game: Norma Morgan, 201 Hi Ind. Series: Virginia Mitten, 5H HARVESTER BOWL Guys and Dolls League First Place: Team No. 10 Hi Ind. Game: Keitha Clifton, 2U: Wally Anderson, 226 Hi Ind. Series: Keitha Clifton, 571; Wally Anderson, 577 Hi Team Game: Team No. 5, 838 Hi Team Scries: Team No. 10, 228.1 Harvester Women's Sum, League First Place: Pampa Office Supply Hi Ind. Game: Reta Steddum, 108 Hi Ind. Series: Mary Ray. 514 Hi Team Game: Kena Studio, SH Hi Team Game: Kens Studio, Girls Softball I30RGER (Sp!) — The Pampa Queens smashed to a M-5 victory over tho Borger Bees last night i at Borgcr. ; Mary Lou AddiiiRlon won her third victory against one loss, going the route and giving up eight hits. Nellie Taylor took the loss, being pounded for IB hits, including home runs by Mary Lou, Betty Brondhent and Ha/.cl Radcliff. Both teams displayed good fielding. Read the News Classified Ads RADCLIFF SUPPLY — Radcliff's entry in the Optimist Youth Baseball program this summer has ((bottom row, left lo right) Harold Glover, Roy Huskinson, Gary Irvin, Kelly Everson, Randy Bronscum. Middle row: Kirk Wright Mike Hasten. Jerry Brumfield, Kenny Bernson. Robert Morris. Top row: manager Harold Hasten, Kurt Kellcy, coach C. L. Craflon. Kenny Wright, Parrel Crafton, coach E. W. Kelley. Not. pictured is Larry Miles. (Photo by Dave Redus) Hitchcock Feud Lead By United Press International j loser Stan Williams capped a two- Rnlph Houk and Billy Hitchcock j run rally. have ano'.her feud going and this! Dick Halt, who relieved Northeast Louisiana, and the j the 100-yard clash in 9.3 and they one collld be a Arizona State relay squad were could put on a crowd-pleasing' The two managers had to expected to compete tonight in' race. Babe Rutk League Fannin smashed Enco, 19-5, and Pampa Hardware rolled over Balti- i more starter Robin Roberts with 1 with one man aboard off loser i one out in the eighth, hurled: Gene Conley in the first inning tory in a row and their longest I Creei ,3.,, in last nighfs Babe ivmmng streak of the season. | Ru , h Lea s at Optimist Larry Osborne s 10th homer; p &r ^ the Compton Relays in Compton, , separated during a up in New York last Finals in the javelin and ham Calif., then beat a hasty path to mer will be held this afternoon. Neither threw any punches in Houston Saturday. j Finals will be held tonight in the Baltimore Thursday night but both The meet's best performances ; hop, step, jump; high jump, six got in some hot-tempered con- were expected in the pole vault, ] mile run; 440-yard hurdles, 100- ' vocational licks after the Orioles mile relay, the 440, shot put and yard dash; 880-yard run and 'iea! the Yankees 4-2 to take a the," 100-yard dash. I steeple chase. Eleven other final I 1 2 game lead in the American The former Orphans have found a home, and proved it with a 12- hit assault on three Enco pitchers. Alvin Achord scattered four hits The Yankees, who lost Mickey to be summoned from the bull- for the win, striking out two and Mantle for at least a month when pan to retire Carl Yastrzemski i walking nine. Jack Thompson had lie suffered a broken bone in his for the final out of the game. a perfect night at the plate for sudden flare- scoreless ' oa " the rest of the wa Vi was «" tne margin Dave Sten- summer ror ' 1LS seconc ' v ' ctc ""y, both over|house needed for his third vic- the Yankees. i tory although Ronnie Kline had Besides Pennel and Yang, two . events will be held Saturday. League race. Three Tied Fiist In National left foot Wednesday night, also. No other games were sched-' the winners, with three hits and a Buffered another blow Thursday; uled in the American League. j pair of walks. night when starter Jim Bouton . „ , , . . , . wus struck on the jaw by Jackie BILLS SIGN PATERRA .Hardware broke open aught -We'll win the pennant." snapped, Brandt's line drive in the fourth' BUFFALO, N.Y (UPI) - The ba " S ame with a mne-run surge Houk obvimmlv smartinr n v p r I ;„„•„„ a ci i r>-n f . • , ln tne seventh inning, scoring on nouk. OOMOUSIJ smarting o \ e r i inning. Buffalo Bills of the American r .u • vt-i c 'the fact the Yankees lost tWO OUt I Rnntnn nwnor nf a 7.1 rprnrrl Rr^hall !««,„« !, = .,» *;~-^ !;„„ ! Oree throw '"g cr ™rs. ™™ ™° n * | of three games to the Orioles. ! "Baltimore won't beat us. You ; ran bet on that and you can put! 1 it in headlines." ! Bouton, owner of a 7-1 record.; Football League have signed line- , \ ,C "'"* "• ,, was forced to leave the game! man Herb Paterra to a 1363 con- ! l °° k lhe W1 "' Stnkmg ° Ut "' walk ' and had to have 12 stitches taken.! tract. Paterra, from Michigan By United Press International Lindy McDaniel of the Chicago Cubs and George Altman of the St. Louis Cardinals, who figured in • six-player deal nine months ago, figured again today in a three-way tie for the National League lead. The fantastic Cubs, Cardinals and' slumping San Francisco Giants are all deadlocked for first place and the two men chiefly responsible for the snarl are McDaniel and Altman. McDaniel, an ordinarily weak- bitting relief pitcher who usually gives way to a pinch hitter, won his own game Thursday with a 10th inning homer off Billy Pierce Colt, Rebs Rescheduled Schedule changes have been announced by the Pampa Colts and the Pampa Rebels. The Colts, rained out of their home Tri-State League opener with Fritch last Sunday, have re- slated the game for this Monday night at Optimist Park at 8 p.m. The semipros dropped their first game to Liberal, 7-1. Wednesday night. Royce Harnsberger will take the mound for the Colts tomorrow night at 8 p.m. when they host Borger, with Jerry G 1 o v e r Monday night Win Fourth Straight 'State, was the 18th draft choice In a ball game where there of the Bills. ; Cooling off a bit, Houk conccd-, w ' as lcss conversation, the Wash-' that beat the Giants 3-2 and gave ; cd "the Orioles have a good ball| in S lon Senators beat the Boston Red Sox- 2-1 for their fourth vic- Youth Baseball the Cubs their fifth straight vie-j club." then hastily added, "but tory. j I think we have a better one— Third Season Win icven with our injuries." The victory was McDaniel's sec- Apprised of the Yankee man- ' „ , ..., , , , , ond in a<; manv HnvK ihirH nf iho • u- i i i Radcliff exploded for six una in as manj cia\s, tmrct ot the ager s comments, Hitchcock coun-l ; v season and the Cubs' llth in their tercel: last 13 contests. McDaniel was as effective on about , he Orioles the mound as he was at bat in CLASSIFIED ADS GET RESULTS ing only one and scattering four hits. Alfred Brown and Gary Hyatt led the winners with two hits each. Ideal vs. Lions and Kist against the Bankers are tonight's twin bill. handing the Giants their fourth concerned. straight setback. Taking over for Barney Schultz with the bases full • and one out in the top of the 10th, runs i in the top of the fifth inning for a 10-4 win over One Bull Ranch in a "I'm glad Houk is so concerned : Youth Baseball game at Optimist ..... .u. ^ loles He must rea , ly . park ^^ njg) ^ cut ^ f . ve , nnjngs about us to be so by tjme limit Kurt Kellev took the win, strik- worried Rally Against Williams The Yanks fell behind earlv j ng out seven and walking only one. Rickey Redus took the loss. , he picked Willie Mays off second ; Tln "' scla - v ni ? ht ' finall . v neci the , striking out two, walking two, and base and then struck out Ed Bai- i score at ~' M m thc |0 P ? f the : being reached for 13 hits. I eighth and then saw the Orioles 1 Radcliff break the tie in the bottom of ! One Bull 1120 6—10 13 02200—4 4 OPEN NITELY 7:30 GET MORE OUT OF LIFE COME OUT TO A MOVIE man drove in five runs in the slated to start against Fritch. The American Legion Rebs, who nightcap as Joey Jay posted his were scheduled to play at Borger tmr ° triumph. Joe Gibbon and tomorrow night, have shifted the : ^ on Schwall were the losing game to Sunday at 2 p.m. at Bor- P'lchers. ger, due to a scheduling mixup at L 0 NGHORNS~SIGN~ONE ^ o h u SChW !l Park ' AUSTIN (UPD-Don Parkhurst The Rebs will open the.r regular of Bay-town, the high school rec- distnct season tonight at 7:30. : ord holder in lhe 100 .yard dash playing the Amanllo Sandies at has signed a , efler of ' m - ent , (1 Amanllo AFB at 7:30. Jerry Gar- alle nd the University of Texas, nson is expected to be the opening Longhorn track c.-=u-h Jack Pat- pitcher, with Bobby Price or Ron- , erson announced Thursday. nie Curlee slated to go the last i three innings of the nine - inning! BEAUMONT (UPI)— Fred M game. Jim Arthur will make his'Jacob Jr. assistant football coach first mound appearance for the Le- at Carrol High School m Corpus gion Sunday, with Carl Harnsber- Christi, has been named assistant ger slated to share pitching duties football coach at Lamar Tech. against the Bulldogs. school officials said Thursday. ley to end the threat. Like McDaniel, Altman didn't get into the Cardinals-Phillies : lhe ml1 " 18 when sin "les by Brooks ' Kurt Kelley and Kenny Wright, game until the late innings but ^° binson and -' im ^entile off Rickey Redus_ and_ Hal Keyser. when he did get his chance in the eighth he delivered a pinch double that drove in the winning run in a 5-4 victory for St. Louis. Started With Cubs Originally, Altman began his major league career with the Cubs but was dealt to the Cardinals last Oct. 17 in the same trade that sent McDaniel from St. Louis to Chicago. Frank Robinson and Gordy Coleman paced the Cincinnati Reds to a 7-5 and 10-5, twi-night sweep over the Pittsburgh Pirates in the only other NL games scheduled. Robinson belted his 10th and llth homers in the opener to help Jim Maloney register his eighth victory in the opener and Colc- THE FIRE FLYS RHYTHM IN BLUES ROCK AND ROLL AND TWIST IN PERSON TONIGHT, FRIDAY & SATURDAY DANCER'S DEN 834 SOUTH CLTLER MlTCHUM as"PADDY CARMODV Paddy was the bigges he-man you'd ever hop* to meet. But Paddy wa* also a 'Sundowner', foot-loose and fancy always on PAUL NEWMAN As "The Youug Rebel" IN The Young Philadelphians You are hereby summoned to sit in judgment; "The State Vs. Ernie Jones." You the audience will be the jury. You must come with a free and impartial mind. In order to render an intelligent and fair decision, you will see and hear every violent and intimate detail of this case. 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